Who we are.
So HBCU® was founded in 2016 with HBCUs and their students in mind.
We serve to acknowledge, recognize, and support the efforts and contributions of Black women at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Our primary goal is to create scholarships opportunities for Black women that attend HBCUs.
When you buy something from So HBCU, you are both supporting HBCUs and the Black women who attend. A little goes a long way - the less a student has to worry about financing school, the more they can focus on studying and developing life skills.
Thank you for visiting this site, and thank you for supporting our HBCUs!
Owner & Founder
What we value.
Supporting education and empowering Black women: The primary goal of our company is to provide scholarships to Black women attending historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). By purchasing our HBCU themed stationary and gifts, you are directly contributing to this mission and helping to empower future generations of Black women.
Celebrating Black culture and history: Our stationary and gifts feature designs that celebrate the rich cultural and historical legacy of HBCUs and the Black community. We believe that it's important to not only support Black women in education, but to also uplift and celebrate their achievements and culture.
Quality products with a purpose: Our products are not only stylish and well-made, but they also serve a meaningful purpose. Every purchase helps to fund scholarships and promote educational opportunities for Black women.
A Black woman owned business: As a Black woman owned company, we are committed to supporting and uplifting other Black women. By supporting our business, you are not only contributing to a worthy cause, but also supporting Black entrepreneurship and economic empowerment.
Making a difference: With every purchase, you are making a tangible difference in the lives of Black women. Whether it's helping a student afford textbooks or supporting a graduate school application, your support helps to remove barriers to education and create opportunities for success.