Pension Crisis, Future of Work Should Have HBCUs on Philanthropic High Alert

As HBCUs nationwide celebrated commencement ceremonies in recent weeks, two institutions made…

Xavier U Students, Alumni Reject Student Affairs Firings; Trustees Respond

An online petition opposing the firing of several members of Xavier University…

Court Ruling Confirms: HBCUs Do Not Have to Share If They Are Going Out of Business

A federal judge in Massachusetts has dismissed a lawsuit from former students…

Iconic Howard Medical Faculty Member LaSalle Leffall Dies

Long-serving Howard University faculty member and pioneering medical figure LaSalle Leffall died…

Anti-Abortion Activism is Pro-HBCU Women’s Health Outreach

Within all of the sociopolitical debate and new laws virtually outlawing abortion…

FAMU Alumni Raise More Than $450,000 During Annual Convention

Florida A&M University graduates from across the country convened earlier this month…

Can HBCUs Catch the On-Campus Retail Wave and Bring Along Black Entrepreneurs?

Online shopping has drastically reduced the need for brick-and-mortar retail locations, but…

Nearly 10 Percent of HBCUs are Located in Education Deserts. Can They Take Advantage of the Monopoly?

A new study from Third Way reveals that sizable sections of the…

A Lack of Engagement with HBCU Advisory Board is Pushing Trump into Obama Territory

The Trump Administration has created historic levels of policy engagement and funding…

Presidential Commentary: Room For Improvement in Accreditation Should Not Be Confused With Bias Against HBCUs

The process of accreditation is fairly standard.  The “rules and regulations” of…