34 CFR 608.2 - What institutions are eligible to receive a grant under the HBCU Program?

§ 608.2 What institutions are eligible to receive a grant under the HBCU Program?
(a) To be eligible to receive a grant under this part, an institution must—
(1) Satisfy section 322(2) of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA);
(2) Be legally authorized by the State in which it is located—
(i) To be a junior or community college; or
(ii) To provide an educational program for which it awards a bachelor's degree; and
(3) Be accredited or preaccredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency or association.
(b) The Secretary has determined that the following institutions satisfy section 322(2) of the HEA.
Alabama
Alabama A&M University-Huntsville
Alabama State University—Montgomery
Carver State Technical College—Mobile
Concordia College—Selma
Fredd State Technical College—Tuscaloosa
J.F. Drake State Technical College—Huntsville
S.D. Bishop State Junior College—Mobile
Lawson State College—Birmingham
Miles College—Birmingham
Oakwood College—Huntsville
Selma University—Selma
Stillman College—Tuscaloosa
Talladega University—Talladega
Trenholm State Technical College—Montgomery
Tuskegee University—Tuskegee
Arkansas
Arkansas Baptist College—Little Rock
Philander Smith College—Little Rock
Shorter College—Little Rock
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff—Pine Bluff
Delaware
Delaware State College—Dover
District of Columbia
Howard University
University of the District of Columbia
Florida
Bethune Cookman College—Daytona Beach
Edward Waters College—Jacksonville
Florida A&M University—Tallahassee
Florida Memorial College—Miami
Georgia
Albany State College—Albany
Atlanta University—Atlanta
Clark College—Atlanta
Fort Valley State College—Fort Valley
Interdenominational Theological Center—Atlanta
Morehouse College—Atlanta
Morris Brown College—Atlanta
Paine College—Augusta
Savannah State College—Savannah
Spelman College—Atlanta
Kentucky
Kentucky State University—Frankfurt
Louisiana
Dillard University—New Orleans
Grambling State University—Grambling
Southern University A&M College—Baton Rouge
Southern University at New Orleans—New Orleans
Southern University at Shreveport—Shreveport
Xavier University of Louisiana—New Orleans
Maryland
Bowie State College—Bowie
Coppin State College—Baltimore
Morgan State University—Baltimore
University of Maryland-Eastern Shore—Princess Anne
Michigan
Lewis College of Business—Detroit
Mississippi
Alcorn State University—Lorman
Coahoma Junior College—Clarksdale
Jackson State University—Jackson
Mary Holmes College—West Point
Mississippi Valley State University—Itta Bena
Prentiss Normal and Industrial Institute—Prentiss
Rust College—Holly Springs
Tougaloo College—Tougaloo
Hinds Junior College (Utica Jr Coll)—Raymond
Missouri
Lincoln University—Jefferson City
Harris-Stowe State College—St. Louis
North Carolina
Barber-Scotia College—Concord
Bennett College—Greensboro
Elizabeth City State University—Elizabeth City
Fayetteville State University—Fayetteville
Johnson C. Smith University—Charlotte
Livingstone College—Salisbury
North Carolina A&T State University—Greensboro
North Carolina Central University—Durham
Saint Augustine's College—Raleigh
Shaw University—Raleigh
Winston-Salem State University—Winston Salem
Ohio
Central State University—Wilberforce
Wilberforce University—Wilberforce
Oklahoma
Langston University—Langston
Pennsylvania
Cheyney State University—Cheyney
Lincoln University—Lincoln
South Carolina
Allen University—Columbia
Benedict College—Columbia
Claflin College—Orangeburg
Clinton Junior College—Rock Hill
Denmark Technical College—Denmark
Morris College—Sumter
South Carolina State College—Orangeburg
Voorhees College—Denmark
Tennessee
Fisk University—Nashville
Knoxville College—Knoxville
Lane College—Jackson
LeMoyne-Owen College—Memphis
Meharry Medical College—Nashville
Morristown College—Morristown
Tennessee State University—Nashville
Texas
Huston-Tillotson College—Austin
Jarvis Christian College—Hawkins
Paul Quinn College—Waco
Prairie View A&M University—Prairie View
Saint Philip's College—San Antonio
Southwestern Christian College—Terrell
Texas College—Tyler
Texas Southern University—Houston
Wiley College—Marshall
U.S. Virgin Islands
College of the Virgin Islands—St. Thomas
Virginia
Hampton University—Hampton
Norfolk State University—Norfolk
Saint Paul's College—Lawrenceville
Virginia State University—Petersburg
Virginia Union University—Richmond
West Virginia
Bluefield State College—Bluefield
West Virginia State College—Institute
(c) If an institution identified in paragraph (b) of this section has merged with another institution, and, as a result of the merger, would not otherwise qualify to receive a grant under this part, that institution may nevertheless qualify to receive a grant under this part if—
(1) The institution would have qualified to receive a grant before the merger; and
(2) The institution was eligible to receive a grant under the Special Needs Program in any fiscal year prior to fiscal year 1986. (The Special Needs Program was authorized under Title III, Part B, of the HEA before 1986.)
(d) For the purpose of paragraph (a)(3) of this section, the Secretary publishes a list in the Federal Register of nationally recognized accrediting agencies and associations.
(e) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, for each fiscal year—
(1) The University of the District of Columbia is eligible to receive a grant under this part only if the amount of the grant it is scheduled to receive under § 608.31 exceeds the amount it is scheduled to receive in the same fiscal year under the District of Columbia Self-Government and Governmental Reorganization Act; and
(2) Howard University is eligible to receive a grant under this part only if the amount of the grant it is scheduled to receive under § 608.31 exceeds the amount it is scheduled to receive in the same fiscal year under the Act of March 2, 1867, 20 U.S.C. 123.
(Authority: 20 U.S.C. 1061, 1063, and 1063a; House Report 99-861, 99th Cong., 2d Sess. p. 367, September 22, 1986; Senate Report 99-296, 99th Cong., 2d Sess. p. 23, May 12, 1986; Cong. Rec. of June 3, 1986, pp. 6588-6589)

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