North Carolina will receive $307 million from the American Rescue Plan to enhance and grow its 10 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), the White House announced on March 7.
Nationally, $2.7 million is going to the HBCUs. Only Alabama (at $334 million) is receiving more money than North Carolina.
North Carolina A&T is receiving $93 million, while Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte has been allocated $14.4 million.
South Carolina’s eight HBCUs will receive $112 million total.
- North Carolina A&T State University: $93,092,139
- North Carolina Central University: $62,903,281
- Winston‐Salem State University: $42,169,266
- Fayetteville State University: $41,559,265
- Elizabeth City State University: $15,779,156
- Johnson C Smith University: $14,375,251
- Livingstone College: $13,710,891
- Shaw University: $11,869,547
- Saint Augustine’s University: $8,065,614
- Bennett College: $4,068,757
- South Carolina State University: $24,839,400
- Benedict College: $22,424,080
- Claflin University: $21,574,206
- Allen University: $12,760,702
- Denmark Technical College: $8,529,645
- Morris College: $8,090,968
- Clinton College: $7,170,012
- Voorhees College: $6,553,949