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 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

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