Historically Black Colleges and Universities were made for black people to educate black people. Of course, we accept everybody, but never forget our roots. This is what black on black education looks like.
- Available in cotton/poly fleece women's hoodie and a lightweight French terry off shoulder shirt
- Flock applique
- Officially licensed collegiate apparel
I love my sweatshirt. It's a super cute/dope design with the classic CAU logo and that fiyah black on black. The logo is a velvety material. Please be aware that the women’s size runs small (for the hoodie) so it’s a little tight getting it over my head. I didn't know but wish I bought a size up but fortunately I can make it work. I encourage women to order 1 size up at least and order 2 sizes up if you want it baggy!
Shipping varies based upon product weight and delivery address. Excluding pins, bracelets, and books, all other items are custom made. Standard order processing time for bracelets, pins, and books is 1-2 days. Standard order processing and production time for custom apparel items is 2-4 business days. If production will take longer than expected, we will email you promptly. Both USPS Standard shipping (2-5 days shipping time) and Priority shipping (2-3 days shipping time) are offered for all orders in the United States. International shipping is also offered. All tracking notifications will be sent to the email provided at checkout at the time of shipment. If you have not received your order within 14 business days, please contact customer service at email@example.com.Refunds and Exchanges
We do not offer refunds or exchanges. However, we process size exchanges up to 24 hours after ordering. Please be sure to check our size chart before ordering or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with sizing questions. If you receive a defective item, we will happily exchange it for the same product in the same size.Customer Photo Usage
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