The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame

 

The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc. (Hall of Fame) accepts nominations each year for the Hall of Fame Class of Inductees. The Hall of Fame highlights the outstanding accomplishment of alumni from our most valuable Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominately Black Institutions (PBIs). More than two hundred exceptional men and women have been inducted into the Hall of Fame in the fields of Arts/Entertainment, Athletics, Business/Industry, Community Service, Education, Faith/Theology, Government/Law, Medicine, Science, Lifetime Achievement and Civil Rights. Jackson State University is proud of its inductees for their outstanding contributions to JSU and the community. Below are the JSU alumni who have been inducted into the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame:
1988
Mr. Walter Payton (Athletics)

1989
Rev. Dr. Joseph Jackson (Community Service)

1993
Dr. John A. Peoples, Jr. (Lifetime Achievement)

1995
Mr. Alvin O. Chambliss, Jr. (Lifetime Achievement)
Mrs. Tommie Stewart (Arts)

1996
Dr. Sebetha Jenkins (Education)

2001
Dr. Roderick Paige (Education)

2007
Dr. Roosevelt Calbert (Science)

2008
Dr. Hilliard L. Lackey, III (Lifetime Achievement)

2012

Mr. Terry Woodard (National Alumni President of the Year)