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Visit the campus and feel the history

Howard University is one of the premier Historically Black Colleges in the US. it is basically a... read more

Reviewed April 6, 2017
Robert S
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Lawrence, Kansas
A campus with great meaning for the nation's African American Heritage

All visitors with cultural interests will enjoy a visit here in particular to Founders Library... read more

Reviewed February 23, 2017
LisandroVoyager
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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Feb 25, 2018
“The Grand HBCU!”
Oct 11, 2017
“Great to See this HBCU”
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Reviewed February 25, 2018

Such a pleasure and honor visiting this grand, historic HBCU. Beautiful architecture. I visited the area around the school over 10 years and the change is phenomenal - well done to those that have assisted in redeveloping the area around this historic school! I was...More

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Reviewed October 11, 2017 via mobile

I took a long walk this am and ended up at the Howard Campus. I was struck by how lovely some of the architecture is on the campus. I enjoyed my walk and felt privileged to see this HBCU. As an educator, I think it’s...More

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Reviewed April 22, 2017

This historically black university was chartered in 1867. It's known as 'The Mecca' because it's the largest HBCU with more than 15,000 students of all origins, races, and cultures. It's a beautiful sprawling campus located just to the north of the Shaw neighborhood. This university...More

1  Thank Grey-haire
Reviewed April 6, 2017

Howard University is one of the premier Historically Black Colleges in the US. it is basically a small liberal arts college with an attractive urban campus. But, there is so much history of the African American experience that lives in the buildings and grounds that...More

Thank Robert S
Reviewed February 23, 2017

All visitors with cultural interests will enjoy a visit here in particular to Founders Library, right on the mall just inside the front gate. One can find on its 2 main floors all sorts of documents, curios and memorabilia about various figures, events and achievements...More

Thank LisandroVoyager
Reviewed February 18, 2017

Hoard University is located in N.W. Washington D.C. near U. Street neighborhood which is the new night spot of Washington D.C. The main campus can be easily accessed by Metro rial (Yellow and Green) and a few bus lines on Georgia Avenue. The original campus...More

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