EDU, Inc. Overview

It takes only ten minutes to complete the EDU, Inc. Application and have it submitted to 42 HBCUs at the same time for only $35.

The use of the EDU, Inc. Application allows you to receive acceptance letters, financial aid packages and scholarship offers from several different HBCUs. 

EDU, Inc. is the only company that offers a common application for black colleges. Please refer your friends to the eduinconline website.

Pamela Rogers, Assistant Principal and Academic Counselor at Saint Mary’s Academy in New Orleans talks about how her students have received more than one million dollars in scholarship offers using the EDU, Inc. Common Black College Application.

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Applying to college is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. To date, over 100,000 students have used the services provided
by EDU, Inc.

Over 97% of the students who have used the services, have been accepted to at least one of the HBCUs that accept the EDU, Inc. Application.

The EDU, Inc. Application reduces the workload for Guidance Counselors by allowing them to submit student transcripts and test scores to several HBCUs at the same time.

Once a student’s application has been submitted, they will be sent an electronic confirmation letter indicating we have received your EDU, Inc. Application.

Book mark this page and check back often to get updates on the services provided by EDU, Inc.
EDU, Inc. President Robert Mason launches GET EDUcated Initiative in his home of Roanoke, VA to promote the importance of education.
Quote From L.D. Ross, Vice President of Programs For DC CAP

“DC students have been provided with a wonderful opportunity by EDU, Inc.
to complete the Common Black College Application. This has allowed students
to apply to many of the colleges / universities of their choice. “College is now
a reality for these students.

Apply to all 42 HBCUs below at the same time for $35.

Alabama A & M University

Alcorn State University

Benedict College

Bennett College

Bethune Cookman University

Central State Universiy

Cheyney University

Claflin University

Clark Atlanta University

Coppin State University

Dillard University

Edward Waters College

Fisk University

Florida Memorial University

Grambling State Univ.

Harris Stowe State Univ.

Huston-Tillotson University

Johnson C. Smith University

Kentucky State University

Lincoln University (PAm, )

Lincoln University (MO)

LeMoyne-Owen College

Mississippi Valley State Univ.

Morgan State University

Morris College

Norfolk State University

Paine College

Paul Quinn College

Philander Smith College

Saint Augustine’s University

Shaw University

South Carolina State Univ.

Stillman College

Tougaloo College

Talledega College

Tuskegee University

Univ. of Arkansas at Pine Bluff

Virginia State University

Virginia Union University

Voorheese College

Wilberforce University

Wiley College

EDU, Inc. Getting African American / Latino Males Educated

EDU, Inc. partners with school districts, community organizations, corporate sponsors and NBA teams to conduct G.A.M.E. events in cities nationwide. The G.A.M.E. mission is to increase the sense of self awareness and community among Black and Latino males while promoting the importance of education.  All G.A.M.E. participants are able to complete the EDU, Inc. Common Black College Application at no cost.

G.A.M.E. events have been held with NBA teams including the Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavaliers, Orlando Magic, Miami Heat, Washington Wizards, Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ERS, Denver Nuggets, Memphis Grizzles, Minnesota Timberwolves and the Charlotte Bobcats. Students have the chance to hear presenters that include politicians, professional athletes, celebrity entertainers, corporate executives and community leaders.

G.A.M.E. participants also have the opportunity to meet with current and past NBA players and to identify mentors.

The EDU, Inc. Black College Source Online Magazine was started to serve as a resource for parents and college bound students.

In a recent survey we conducted, over 83% of the participants indicated they had problems completing the college financial aid application. In the same survey, 61% of the respondents didn’t feel like they received accurate and timely information concerning the college application process. Approximately 78% of those who completed the survey said they would like to receive more scholarship information.

Although the BCS will include human interest stories, the primary focus will be to provide information concerning various educational issues.

It is imperative students have options when considering what college to attend and how their education will be financed. The BCS will help to provide those options.

EDU, Inc. Black College Source Online Magazine

Getting African-American / Latino Males Educated (G.A.M.E.)

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