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I just relaunched the forums on the site which was major work over the last 6 weeks but it's done... Peep it out:

Now what should we work on next for the site? Chat, Instant Messaging, or Dating?
Posted By: Will Moss
Friday, June 19th 2009 at 7:41PM
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hi! i loveee HBCU Connect. it really helps me get to know more about HBCUS. The only concern I have about the website is the amount of advertisements that interupt linking from one page to another. Thanks for listening!
Saturday, July 18th 2009 at 12:18AM
Garmai Matthew
Hi. I like hbcu so far. I think this site should add status like facebook also.
Sunday, August 2nd 2009 at 12:44AM
Tierra Frazier
as a web designer and advert manager, i sense this site have instant messaging system,
yahoo chat features, and a very secure personal identity system, like befor any member will be verified, he/she must provide any citizenship certificates like Drivers license or birth certificate or International passport or civilian passport. with this we will have a strong authentication system to stop fake identity thief from harming others life.
Friday, August 14th 2009 at 9:25AM
John Andrew
Why would you want facebook style chat...that's what facebook is for. I feel like there should be more of an intellectual feel to this place for us
Wednesday, October 7th 2009 at 11:05AM
Rene Andrews
I agree with Rene Andrews, chat is what facebook does. What should be added are more forums with threads with topics pertaining to the interest of the primary African American culture who uses HBCU Connect so that they can have an opportunity to voice their opinions. There is something to be said about the newer version of HBCU Connect. And that is, newer is suppose to be improve and better. Not raggedy and broke down.
Tuesday, October 13th 2009 at 11:25PM
Joan Brown
I appreciate the comments... Please keep them coming. To Joan Brown, as for your comment about things not being raggedy and broke down, is there anything that you think is broke down on the site now that we need to address? Others feel free to chime in here...

On a side note, I added a feature where you can be notified whenever someone replies to a thread you commented on...
Monday, December 21st 2009 at 3:25AM
Will Moss
I too agree with Renee Andews that this website should have an intellectual flavor. I feel it is also a good idea to include things that directly impact our culture as well as issues relative to present=day issues. I feel that HBCU is an excellent resource for Black Colleges to connect. Thank you for allowing us to share constructively in making this network more versatile and functional.
Wednesday, December 30th 2009 at 5:45AM
shirley caldwell
The idea about deleting a message after u type it should apply only to removal of a message submitted-- not to avoid detection-- just in case one changed her mind or his mind about a comment made. Like facebook.
Thursday, December 31st 2009 at 4:21PM
cece valentine
The idea about deleting a message after u type it should apply only to removal of a message submitted-- not to avoid detection-- just in case one changed her mind or his mind about a comment made. Like facebook.
Thursday, December 31st 2009 at 4:21PM
cece valentine
I dont want this to be a copy of facebook or myspace, just add a chat format and keep the blogs and intellectual discussions which are common to hbcu grads.
Thursday, December 31st 2009 at 4:23PM
cece valentine
Please consider recognizing your active and reserve military members. You can both identify and let us know we count by simply adding a prompt on the sign-up application; i.e, "Are you or have you ever been in the U.S. military?" Thank you for asking for comments. -- New Member
Saturday, September 11th 2010 at 12:57AM
Emily Mahan
This website is awesome...especially for a young black college graduate like myself, looking for job opportunities

Thank You!
Thursday, December 2nd 2010 at 2:58PM
Rhayshar Lane
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