Our mission is to provide 

RESOURCES, MENTORSHIP, and SUPPORT 

for HBCU students on their Journey to Doctorate.

ABOUT HBCU-DAP

Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) were created to provide formal training and education to Black Americans, who were prohibited from attending predominantly white institutions. While HBCUs continue to produce a significant number of Black graduates with a B.S. in STEM,  they comprise less than 2% of awarded STEM doctoral degrees in the U.S. One potential source for this disparity includes limited access to resources and knowledge of career paths outside of professional school.

 

HBCU-DAP was created July 2019 by two HBCU alumni to prepare and support HBCU students for the graduate school application process and transition into a research-intensive doctoral program.

Our mission is to provide RESOURCES, MENTORSHIP, and SUPPORT 

for HBCU students on their Journey to Doctorate.

 

Meet the Board

 

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Our goal is to provide FREE resources, mentorship, and support for HBCU students interested in pursuing a doctorate degree in STEM. Your donation will help us to continue to do this work and reach more students.

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Email us: hbcudap@gmail.com

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