Paine College HBCU Campus Life

Campus Life

Here at Paine College we have a diverse and thriving campus. Our students represent 50 states of our great nation and the world. While we honor the diversity of cultures and heritages that make up our campus, of we take pride in being an HBCU. Here you will receive a first-rate education from caring faculty in a supportive atmosphere.


Community Culture

Student life and development are expanded and enhanced through programs and services focused on intellectual, moral, cultural, social, and unique experiences. Here you will meet other students that have a variety of opinions, backgrounds and experiences. You will be able to take part in clubs, internships, and many opportunities to engage both on and off campus.


Student Life

You'll find exceptional academic options along with different social, cultural, volunteer, and recreational initiatives from art to Greek life and sports, you will be able to find an activity.


Campus Activities

Student life and development are expanded and enhanced through programs and services focused on intellectual, moral, cultural social and healthy living experiences. Student Affairs activities are primarily supportive and individually-oriented. A wide range of personal assistance services is provided to enable the student to realize his or her maximum educational potential.

 

News from the Paine College Blog

Travel through African American History with Museum on Wheels by: painewebmaster on 1/15/2018

The Sankofa African American Museum on Wheels is coming to Paine College Wednesday, January 17, from 11 am – 5 pm. This unique exhibit features hundreds of historical artifacts, pictures, documents, letters, signs, and other items that tell the story of African American heritage. The Sankofa exhibit is appropriate for all ages and races. Spanning a period from 1860 to the present, "Sankofa" takes audiences on a journey through slavery, the era of King Cotton and days of Emancipation. It also tells stories of Ida B. Wells, Tuskegee Airmen, Dr. King, and present-day heroes and sheroes.

In 1995, "Sankofa"…

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