2018 Inductee Nomination Form




Each nominee can receive up to 100 points based on the maximum number of points allowed in each of the categories below.

Scoring will be rated based on Nominee's:

          Contribution to the Nominating Institution      
                    25 points

          Contributions to HBCUs in General 
                    25 points

          Accomplishments in Area of Nomination 
                    25 points

          Professional and Community Involvement
                   10 points

         Involvement in National Alumni Association
                   10 points

          Honors & Awards
                     5 points

          TOTAL  -  100 points


Merral Jackson 
National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc. 


Nominations for induction into the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc. (Hall of Fame) can be submitted by college/university, national alumni associations, or organizations meeting Hall of Fame criteria.

Complete the Nomination Form in its entirety. Consideration will only be given to nominees with completed forms. (NO EXCEPTIONS).

Limit each nomination to one category per form. Submit a separate form for each nomination.

The Selection Committee will make its recommendations based solely on information provided on the Nomination Form. Resumes and biographical sketches can be submitted as supporting documentation but will not be considered as an official nomination.



The nominating institution must be a recognized Historically Black College or University (HBCU) or Predominately Black Institution (PBI), as defined by NAFEO.

The nominating organization must be one that has a history of promoting the advancement of the Black community, culturally, economically or educationally, and have a working relationship with an HBCU or PBI

Nominations are limited to one (1) nominee per category per institution/organization.

The maximum number of inductees selected from any on institution is limited to two (2) per year.


Must be nominated in one of the following categories: Arts; Athletics; Business; Civil Rights; Community Service; Education; Entertainment; Faith; Government; Industry; Law; Lifetime Achievement; Medicine; Science; Theology.

Must be a graduate or former student of a recognized HBCU/PBI.

Must be a current dues paying member of the nominating institution's national alumni association or (comparable body).

Must have made significant contributions to the growth and development of the nomination institution, or HBCUs and PBIs in general

Must be a ten year alumnus of an HBCU or PBI, or the nominee’s freshman class must have graduated at least ten years prior.

Must have a history of making significant contributions in his/her professional field.

Special consideration will be given by the Selection Committee to those ndividuals who have made a major contribution to higher education for Blacks, but are not graduates or former students of a n HBCU/PBI when nominated by one of the recognized institutions.


All entries must be received by MARCH 1, 2018.

" Our ancestors struggled for the privilege of an education...the time has come for us to honor those who made the most of that privilege."

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