New Gallup Survey Shows Most College Grads Are Dissatisfied with Alumni Career Support. HBCU Grads Are Saying ‘Sorry, Not Sorry’

The HBCU network is powerful, but can the numbers of its influence make it even stronger?

Amid Public Trustee Infighting, Bethune-Cookman Announces Employee Furloughs, Position Eliminations

The painful public collapse of BCU continues with layoffs and accusations of lawbreaking.

Data Shows Some PWIs Are Just as Bad For Black Students as They’ve Always Been. So What Will HBCUs Do About It?

Is there a case to be made for culture over cost?

Delta Sigma Theta Founders’ Day Reminds Us That Sisterhood, Not Survival, is The Goal

28 years ago – April 26, 1991, on the campus of sister-HBCU,…

Winston-Salem State Receives $600K Humanities Grant

WSSU builds on a growing culture of funded research and development.

New Federal Financial Aid Rules May Benefit HBCU Enrollment in Big Ways

New regulations will allow easier college access for low-income students.

WATCH: Four Black Women Share Friendship, Value of North Carolina Central On Their Paths to Becoming Judges

ABC 11 in Raleigh shares the story of four North Carolina Central…

PBS Host, NCAT Alumnus Howard Conyers Talks Life as a NASA Rocket Scientist and BBQ Pit Master

A man of eclectic interests breaks down his fascinating STEM journey.

Bethune-Cookman Trustees Could Face Personal Liability in Construction Scandal

The tide turns in who may wind up paying for the historically bad dorm deal.

Hampton Marching Force to Perform in Rome, Italy 2020 New Year’s Day Parade

A historic invitation will take the Force overseas for a new year celebration.