All students deserve the chance to attend college so they can succeed in life. Therefore, it is the vision of the Tom Joyner Foundation to provide programming that affords diverse academic opportunities to students wanting and/or attending HBCU’s regardless of social or economic status and means.
HBCU NEWS & EVENTS
Xavier University of Louisiana Teams Up With the University of Southern California
Xavier University of Louisiana has partnered with the Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy at the University of Southern California to create a pipeline program for students studying physical therapy. The new program will allow Xavier students to apply to the Early Assurance Program at the University of Southern California during the spring of their […]
This Herc Scholar is one step closer to becoming a neurosurgeon
Hometown: Lima, Ohio Major: Biology (Pre-Med) Classification: Senior Motto: “Stay focused and never give up” Congratulations to Perkins Jackson, our Hercules Scholar of the week for our May School of the Month, Huston-Tillotson University. Perkins has been selected as this week’s recipient of the $1,500 scholarship from the Tom Joyner Foundation. This young man has […]
General Assembly votes to keep DTC open for another year
General Assembly votes to keep DTC open for another year! With the adoption of the budget conference committee’s recommendations, the General Assembly has voted to keep Denmark Technical College open for the next year. The House and the Senate gave the state budget final approval on Tuesday. The Governor’s signature is expected soon. The school’s […]
West Virginia State University Offers Free ‘Rocket Girls’ Summer STEM Camp
Rocket Girls is a free day camp that will be offered this summer by West Virginia State University’s Center for the Advancement of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The camp will run July 29 through Aug. 2 at WVSU’s Institute campus and will provide girls ages 12 to 17 with information and hands-on instruction geared […]
What We Do
The Tom Joyner Foundation provides programming that affords diverse academic opportunities to students wanting and/or attending HBCU’s regardless of social or economic status and means.
Who We Help
We remain focused on ensuring the future of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) well into the 21st Century through customized capacity building programs.
How You Can Help
Together, we can make a difference in the lives of young people. Donate to a specific HBCU, the Hercules Scholarship or general scholarship fund to help deserving students get an education.
To help ease the burden of paying for a college education, these corporations partner with the Tom Joyner Foundation to award scholarships to selected students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.