These institutions have taken on the challenge of educating students that are usually not on the radars of the TWIs. Low income students, for example, are highly represented on the HBCU campuses, which enroll 34 percent of the state's Pell Grant recipients. More than half of the HBCUs' enrollment receives the federal, need-based grants, compared with a quarter of the students at the TWIs. These students often require additional institutional involvement to be successful. Many of them, even with the available financial support, must maintain full time jobs to make ends meet — especially students who live at home. These students also tend to come from the less competitive secondary schools, so their academic skills may be less developed, and frequently they are the first in their families to attend college.