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About Us

The Dallas Metroplex Council of Black Alumni Associations is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization founded in 1987 serving the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metropolitan area.  The founding member chapters included:

  • Central State Univeristy

  • Dillard University

  • Fisk University

  • Florida A&M University

  • Grambling State University

  • Hampton University

  • Southern A&M University

  • Tuskegee University

"Dedicated to excellence in education"

Our Mission

The mission of DMCBAA is to promote unity and improve relationships among alumni organizations from Historically Black Colleges and Universities; to support financial HBCU chapter members in their respective efforts to market their HBCUs; to encourage Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex students to attend HBCUs; and to raise funds to provide scholarships and other financial assistance to those students who are accepted to attend or who are matriculating at HBCUs.

Our Mission

Our Vision

Organizational objectives include:

  • Effective communication between DMCBAA and Historically Black Colleges and Universities

  • Development and Implementation of action plans to generate revenues for operating costs and funding scholarships as well as other financial assistance programs.

  • Designing and implementing strategies to maintain and increase membership in DMCBAA

  • Publicising activities of DMCBAA

  • Developing community outreach programs for minority students

We Need Your Support Today!

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