My vote has to go to Howard. I'm multi-ethnic and had mixed feelings about attending an Historically Black College/University. There is no information on their website about the ethnic breakdown of their class so I called to ask. The lovely (meaning extremely rude and pretentious) woman who answered the phone seemed annoyed that a prospective student would ever do something crazy like call the admission office to ask a question. When I asked about the diversity breakdown of the class her response was, "We're a HBCU so automatically we're diverse." To which I replied, "Right, I knew that. Which means there's obviously a higher percentage of minority students, but how diverse is that population? What percentage of the class is non-black?" Her response? "Well, it's 85% black and 15% other." When I prompted her to explain "other", she said, "Some Caucasian, some Asian, and some oh, what do you call them..." "Hispanic?" I suggested. "No, middle eastern."
Despite this interaction, I still went to visit. There was no one in the office when I arrived, so I sat down in the waiting area. The woman mentioned above came in a few minutes after this, walked past me, and went into her windowed office without saying a word or even acknowledging a prospective student was sitting there. I have yet to walk into any other admissions office where everyone doesn't at least smile at you. I finally got up to ask her (since I had been waiting for almost 10 minutes at this point) if anyone was even coming to take me on my tour. She told me to just wait a few minutes longer and someone would be there. No, "I'm sorry you have to wait" or even "How are you?"
Are you serious? Needless to say, I did not apply.