The TBS network announced they will be offering its first-ever TBS HBCU Cash Out.

In an effort to highlight Black History Month, the network has teamed up with HBCU alumni Lance Gross and Keshia Knight Pulliam for an interactive social media contest.

Pulliam, who is a graduate of Spelman, and Gross, who attended Howard University, will host the contest, which will run February 8 through March 8.

Applicants are required to submit a video explaining how attending an HBCU has helped them achieve their goals.

Three winners will be selected and will receive $25,000.


1. Log onto http://www.tbshbcucashout.comand submit your information.

2.  Submit a video (60 seconds or less) via Instagram, Twitter or YouTube using the hashtag #HBCUCashOutContest and tagging @tbsnetwork (Instagram and Twitter) or @tbs (YouTube).

Eligible entrants must have graduated from an HBCU recognized by the U.S. Department of Education on or after December 1, 2015. For more information on TBS HBCU Cash Out™, visit