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Unifying Alumni to Empower Communities

The Dallas Metroplex Council of Black Alumni Associations (DMCBAA) is dedicated to creating effective programs that benefit local alumni chapters and HBCU alums in the DFW metroplex. They address Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) issues, raise awareness, promote positive images of member schools, and enhance recruitment efforts. 

If you are interested in joining this exceptional organization, please consider renewing your membership or becoming a new member of DMCBAA by remitting your dues payment. Your support will help future endeavors and allow DMCBAA to continue positively impacting the DFW area. 

DMCBAA takes pride in being proactive and productive members of their communities, so your involvement will undoubtedly have a significant impact. We appreciate your commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of HBCU alums in the DFW metroplex. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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Be a Member of the Dallas Metroplex Council of  Black Alumni Associations

Join as an Individual

Join us in making a difference by becoming an individual member. Choose from our three levels of membership: participating member, associate member, and council delegate.

As a participating member, you will enjoy access to member-only events and discounts. As an associate member, you will have the chance to contribute to the work of our non-profit and offer your unique perspectives. And as a council delegate, you will have a voice in the direction of our organization. 

Join as a Chapter

The Chapter Membership level provides a host of benefits. With up to 3 delegates able to represent 1 chapter vote, you'll have a voice in the direction of our non-profit organization.

Additionally, you'll receive invitations to local college fairs, and chapter events, and your contact information will be listed on the DMCBAA website. Our members enjoy the numerous opportunities to network, volunteer, and champion causes in their communities.

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