Black lives matter—here at home, throughout the country, and across the globe. Like many of you, we are experiencing feelings of pain, anger, frustration, and worry, but we will not allow those emotions to keep us from speaking out. The St. Louis HBCU Alumni Association stands in solidarity with those protesting systemic racism and oppression. We have seen some victories over the past few days, but there is much more work to be done. We will continue doing our part within our community and we invite you to stand with us because we are #StrongerTogether. #BlackLivesMatter #BLM

The St. Louis HBCU Alumni Association engages and reclaims alumni, participates in social and civic activities, raises scholarship funds, and promotes the HBCU legacy.


Harnessing our collective power to amplify our impact on the St. Louis Community

  • HBCU History

  • College Preparation

  • Volunteerism

  • Advocacy​​

On any given day, membership with STLHBCUAA guarantees a unique experience; but, it always involves helping people and helping spread the good news about HBCUs. To give you a small glimpse into what we do, these are some of the initiatives and events we hosted/participated in recently:

  • Volunteered with the Annie Malone May Day Parade

  • Collaborated with Harris-Stowe State University on its HBCU Expo

  • Hosted a Way Back Wednesday Halloween Party/Costume Fundraiser

  • Recruited students to participate in a college-readiness program


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