Our HBCU Partnership
Yo! HBCU Wraps products are officially licensed and approved by our HBCU partners. We are proud to say that providing financial support to HBCUs is the hallmark of our business model! Thus, some of the proceeds from your purchase go directly to YOUR respective institutions!
All Orders Will Ship Next
Day Until Jan. 1, 2024
Bags are great, love them, well made and very sturdy.
Absolutely love! I used these bags as centerpieces for an event for a student graduating high school going to college. Great addition. Clients loved the idea and quality of the bags.
CAU Gift Bags
High quality and durable Beautiful color and design Reasonable price I love my FAMU gift bags
A Word From Our Founder
The gift-giving experience for HBCU alums and supporters has changed forevermore. Because we can now represent!
- Dr. Jirmar Proctor, Founder
Gift an eGift Card
Satisfaction is guaranteed with an e-gift card! Allow your giftee to choose the item they want with their prepaid e-gift card from you. Gift cards are available in any denomination and will be emailed to any address you add!
Our standard delivery time is 3 to 5 business days
Our products are made of the best materials. You will know the second you feel how sturdy and well made they are.
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WHAT IS AN HBCU?
The Higher Education Act of 1965 defines an HBCU as: “Any historically Black college or university that was established prior to 1964, whose principal mission was, and is, the education of Black Americans, and that is accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency or association determined by the Secretary of Education
HBCU Website Tour (click the logos)
HBCUs are only 3% of the nation’s educational institutions yet account for:
50% of African-American public school teachers graduated from an HBCU
50% of African American lawyers graduate from an HBCU
80% of all African American judges graduated from an HBCU
38% of all African American healthcare professionals graduated from an HBCU
41% of all degrees in STEM fields were earned by African American students graduated from an HBCU