Why Sponsor?

The National FinTech Center at Morgan is a Center of Excellence and the hub of the HBCU Blockchain and FinTech Network that actively engages faculty and students at all HBCUs for research, curriculum, and education in Blockchain and FinTech. We support faculty and students at all HBCUs to develop their skills in various areas of FinTech including blockchain, cryptocurrencies, cryptoeconomics, cybersecurity, payment systems, entrepreneurship and related areas.

101 currently operating HBCU campuses… 300,000 total student body of HBCUs

Opportunities for Sponsors’ brand visibility… Limitless!

Blockchain and FinTech on HBCU Campuses Nationwide

HBCU Students Leading the Way in Mainstream Crypto Adoption

HBCU Blockchain Research and Innovation


“The Fintech center provided an invaluable opportunity to expose students to Fintech and Blockchain on an advanced level. The students were mentored by Fintech Industry leadership.  This opportunity not only provided education but led to career development and enhancement.”

Millicent Springs-Campbell, Spelman College

“The Fintech Center at Morgan has been a vital success factor in getting faculty seriously involved with blockchain-related research in their various fields of speciality. I am particularly grateful for the support they have provided in my own research about blockchain-enable value chain management (VCM) systems in international business. It really helped advance my work in this research stream!”

Omar Khan, Morgan State University

“The MSU FinTech faculty and staff are committed to fostering awareness about blockchain and financial technology and establishing industry partnerships. They are a dynamic, caring, and knowledgeable group of individuals, and working with them was a sheer delight.”

Patrice Glenn-Jones, Alabama State University

“The Fintech Center is a wonderfully supportive place for HBCUs like Huston-Tillotson University to use at any stage in their blockchain and fintech program development journey. The staff is knowledgeable and quick to assist with all project needs and it has been a  pleasure to work with them. Their annual research and innovation conference is a showcase of high-quality projects, many of which have influenced my own work.”

Abena Primo, Huston-Tillotson University

“I am grateful to the FinTech Center for financially supporting my work on financial decision-making and inclusion among immigrants. The Research and Innovation Conference was a welcome event amidst the ongoing pandemic.”

Angelino Viceisza, Spelman College