Grambling State University

Grambling State University is a public historically black university in Grambling, Louisiana. The university is home of the Eddie G. Robinson Museum and is listed on the Louisiana African... Wikipedia

  • Former name:  Colored Industrial and Agricultural School (1901–1905), North Louisiana Agricultural and Industrial School (1905–1928), Louisiana Negro Normal and Industrial Institute (1928–1946), Grambling College (1946–1974)
  • Motto:  Where Everybody Is Somebody
  • Type:  Public historically Black university
  • Established:  1901
  • Parent institution:  UL System
  • Academic affiliations:  Space-grant
  • Endowment:  $7 million
  • President:  Richard J. Gallot, Jr.
  • Provost:  Connie Walton
  • Students:  5,232
  • Campus:  Rural
  • Newspaper:  The Gramblinite
  • Colors:  Black & Gold
  • Website:  www.gram.edu
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo