The Home Depot recently unveiled the 2022 incarnation of its Retool Your School initiative, a program that provides “improvement grants that allow HBCUs to make sustainable improvements to their campuses.”

The home improvement retail giant is committed to providing $1 million in grants, which will be split between 30 HBCUs. To determine which institutions will get a grant, The Home Depot is having the public vote on the matter.

Within the Retool Your School campaign, there are 3 “clusters” comprised of 15-22 historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs)—putting the number of participating schools at 59. The top 10 schools within each group will be awarded campus improvement grants ranging from $20K to $75K.

The contest will run until Mar. 27. Participants can cast votes on the Retool Your School website or Twitter via hashtags. Some of the HBCUs with the most votes across all clusters include Texas College, Fisk University, Alabama A&M University, Tougaloo College, and Coahoma Community College — though it’s not too late for voters to shift the playing field.

Other HBCUs in the contest include big-name institutions, such as Jackson State and Howard, and lesser-known colleges like Huston-Tillotson University and Wiley College. Additional noteworthy schools include Florida Memorial University, Delaware State, the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, and Prairie View A&M.