Alcorn State University is a public HBCU and the oldest historically black land-grant institution. Founded in 1871, in Lorman, MI, the university provides a curriculum dedicated to “intellectual development” and “public service and outreach.” It is a member of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. Students can find study abroad opportunities through the Global Programs in places like China, Morocco, and Costa Rica.
Alcorn has a very beautiful campus. The educational facilities are up-to-date and helpful. The faculty is friendly and willing to help a student in need.
Derrick from Prattville, AL
Alcorn State is a very diverse school with a close bond with everyone on campus. The teachers are available and caring, and there are many opportunities in many different areas to be involved in student activities.