Photography is an art some go through years of training to hone: finding the best angles, lighting, lenses, and shutter speed to get that masterpiece of a shot. I must admit, I am no trained photographer. The images featured on this page come from pictures taken on the go, walking and snapping, using the camera feature on a cell phone. All the footage presented on the page was captured much of the same way a prospective student, eager parent, or proud alumni would take pictures: I took shots of buildings, landscapes, portraits, statues, and plaques that I found interesting while touring the campus. On my voyage, I did not get the chance to explore every corner of the campuses, and so I may have missed major landmarks, favorite hangout spots, or very important people on the campus. What I do have, however, I offer to any and all interested students who have not had the opportunity to visit the campuses themselves. HBCU Trek Photo Albums page serves as an educational resource for all those who looking for thousands of words in the forms of images. On this page, HBCU Trek presents a preview, sneak peek, a snapshot of America’s Historically Black college campuses.