Grambling State University

    Grambling State University is a leader among Historical Black Colleges & Universities
    with a 384-acre campus. The school is one of many African American universities
    home to legendary football coaches like Eddie Robinson. The HBCU offers 46
    academic programs across a variety of subjects, with nationally-recognized
    excellence nursing, business, computer science and education. It was the first
    of the black colleges to host a sitting President in its marching band.