The Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Exchange Program is the oldest program created by the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs. It allows students to experience college life at a historically black college or university and to examine academic and cultural themes within the framework of a different educational system.
Students will explore the distinctive opportunities offered by a HBCU while further exploring the diversity of the black community in a unique and supportive environment. This program is open to undergraduate students only.
Participating universities include Howard University, Spelman College and Dillard University.
The Alternative Spring Break: Civil Rights Movement is a powerful week-long trip takes a group of USC students on an exciting adventure throughout the south during Spring Break. Students take part in group outings to historic sites that played a crucial role in the Civil Rights Movement. This trip also provides the students with a unique opportunity to contribute to the community by assisting with a service project.