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Related: Black students are drastically underrepresented at top public colleges, data show Cost has long been seen as a plus for HBCUs.

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(If you are not already listed on the Roll Call, please add your name and information.) The Spelman Exchange Program was an arrangement where students from Spelman College, a college for African American (Negro) women in Atlanta, and students from a number of Northern (mostly white) colleges attended each other's campuses.

“But we shouldn’t downplay what the HBCUs are doing” themselves to increase enrollment.

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As more attention is drawn to rising tuition and student debt, these schools may become more appealing, said Melissa Wooten, sociology professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and author of “In the Face of Inequality: How Black Colleges Adapt.” Wooten also pointed to what she called a “resurgence of HBCUs in the public conversation,” driven by everything from a Twitter trend last year #If Hogwarts Was An HBCU (referring to the Harry Potter school), to “Think HBCU,” a promotional campaign launched this year by Alpha Kappa Alpha, a sorority with 65,000 active members.

A Gallup poll released last year of black graduates of HBCUs and other colleges also sparked conversation, noted Robert Palmer, a professor in the department of educational leadership and policy studies at Howard University.Related: Black colleges face uphill battle to survive The numbers are a welcome boost for HBCUs, many of which have struggled financially and otherwise in recent years.Most of the first HBCUs were founded during Reconstruction so that freed slaves could obtain a higher education; the schools have produced such noteworthy graduates as Martin Luther King Jr. But although HBCUs drew 80 percent of all black college-goers four decades ago, that number had been hovering at just over 10 percent, according to a 2013 report by Gasman.According to the Spelman yearbook for 1962, the program was first suggested by Dr.Howard Zinn, chairman of the Department of History and Social Science and continued with the help of Dr. Karen Haberman Trusty went to Connecticut College for Women.Gasman said she is hearing more than ever before from parents who “don’t want [their children] to deal with what they’re seeing in other places.” Black students, she said, “are feeling they need a place to go that has them in mind.” Such calls and emails from parents usually increase after police shootings, she said.