HBCU Spotlight: How the Campus Store Supports the Student Journey

February 29, 2024

Episode 5, Season 2:

More than 150 years ago, Historically Black colleges and universities opened the path to higher education for Black students. Today, HBCUs support nearly 350,000 students nationwide. This Black History Month, Follett’s Ty Beaver, an HR leader and a member of Follett’s DEIB council, sits down with Greg Bryant, Assistant Vice President for Auxiliary Services (Prairie View A&M University) and Cynthia L. Gomes, Ed.D., Vice President, Business and Auxiliary Services (Clark Atlanta University). They discuss how their campus stores support inclusion and belonging, from academics to athletics, to convenience and beyond.



From admission to graduation, and every milestone along the way, your school’s brand represents a one-of-a-kind experience. Tune in to “What’s In Store” from Follett to hear higher ed thought-leaders discuss how campus services are impacting access to course materials, campus pride, and student success. Each episode will give you fresh ideas to help your campus engage students, improve outcomes, and celebrate the academic journey.