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The Black Community Services Center offers a few programs to help Black students expand their knowledge of Stanford and academia beyond our university. 

Our Ernest Houston Johnson Scholars programs  is three-quarter class for designed to help frosh transition to Stanford. Our class creates opportunities for students to critically think about their collegiate journey and the history and legacy of Black life at Stanford. 

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Our Stanford HBCU-Exchange Program,  formerly the Stanford Diversity Exchange Program, was established in 1978 to provide a cultural and academic enrichment experience for Stanford students in a Black institution of higher education. The Exchange now has three Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) participating: Howard University in Washington, DC and Morehouse College and Spelman College in Atlanta. Information on the schools may be found online at the school websites.

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