ENTERPRISE, Ala., April 10, 2007 — HBCU Connect, the largest organization and website dedicated to Historically Black Colleges and Universities, is fast becoming a multimedia platform meeting the entertainment and networking needs of its audience. The newest platform addition, HBCU
Connect The Magazine, is an alumni-focused full-sized print publication.
"It´s been a long time coming!" says Daniel Moss, Vice President of Business Development for the growing online community. "This is yet another venture that has been on the horizon for some time, but we knew it was a matter of time
because we grew from an alumni focus."
Since 1999 HBCU Connect, LLC has been the online leader in Black College information and services to the HBCU community. In the past three years, the HBCU mega-site has earned placement as one of the largest online communities in existence and has built on that positioning by continuing to
offer exciting services and information online, as well as offline, via their events like the annual HBCU Alumni Cruise (http://www.HBCUCruise.com), publications and intellectual
"Our mission is to lift up the successes, concerns and issues facing the Black community, beginning at the core of leadership found at HBCUs," offers CEO William Moss. "It makes sense to rally more seasoned community members who can in turn offer something back to the younger generations."
With a membership of more than 400,000 HBCU alumni, current students, faculty, family and friends, HBCUConnect.com is the leader in Black College-related information and services. The company, founded by Moss, a 1995 graduate of
Hampton University, is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio and maintains relationships with each of the 105 HBCUs in the U.S.
HBCU Connect The Magazine is available by subscription at
About HBCU Connect:
HBCU Connect is an online-based community formed in 1999 to link graduates of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The community now consists of HBCU students, alumni, family and friends. The company has extended to not
only link graduates, but students, offering money for college, graduates with employers as well as maintaining an active presence in the HBCU community.