​​​​​​​The Northern California Historical Black Colleges and Universities Alumni Associations Coalition

The Village

Coming together for a common purpose through advancing the cause of education

The main function of this organization is to promote and preserve Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) by supporting their respective alumni chapters in Northern California through sponsorship of educational, economic, political and social activities.  

One of our most critical functions is to support, encourage, mentor, educate and prepare the next generation of young minds for the future. One of the ways to ensure a successful future is to create an awareness that this next generation of youth has the ability to obtain a solid education at any of the 105 Historical Black Colleges and Universities at undergraduate and graduate levels and have the confidence that they will be able to contribute to society in a global stance.

This organization serves as the guiding force of the HBCU alumni chapters in Northern California to do the following:

  • Establish a medium of serving and supporting the HBCU's and area youth, parents, school administrators, teachers and guidance counselors and others in the advancement of higher education; 











  • Clearly articulate that HBUCs are a viable alternative for an education resource. In conjunction with this purpose, the HBCU Coalition has established and is committed to an annual scholarship program for local area students’ who have selected an HBCU to attend;


  • Provide support for incoming and continuing students at HBCUs in their education, economic and employment endeavors while in school and after completion of studies;   


  • Foster closer fellowship and promote positive opportunities among HBCU alumni chapters, associates and friends of the 105 HBCUs in Northern California and throughout the nation.  

Our Mission