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At Fashionista, we center much of our content around fashion and design schools, which tend to be located in and around big cities like New York and Los Angeles. But there are still plenty of viable options for those who are interested in fashion but are unable or don’t want to travel across the country and pay hefty tuition or go into massive debt for their education. While they may not offer as many specific concentrations as a fashion or art school might, many larger universities and colleges have fashion programs of their own. Today, we’re taking a closer look at the programs offered by Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).
Students at these schools are known for having amazing on-campus style, yes, but a few of these higher learning institutions — defined as those established before 1964