Leaders from HBCU advocacy organizations will meet tomorrow with members of the US Department of Education to discuss a dramatic change to Title III Part B – an essential funding initiative which helps HBCUs to launch or complete critical projects in campus construction and renovation, academic development, research enhancement and student support.… Read More
A new report offers sobering statistics on the financial outcomes for black college graduates and students, but starkly contrasts recently released data from the US Department of Education on cumulative default rates for historically black colleges and universities.… Read More
And nobody should have a problem with that.
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FRANKFORT – Kentucky State University has experienced record enrollment growth in its freshmen class.
Last week, the HBCU Digest published a story on the University System of Louisiana’s new framework to produce a collective 20 percent increase in the number of graduates it yields by 2025, with a focus on enrolling and graduating more of the region’s low-income and minority students.… Read More
Hardcore HBCU football fans know the stakes of tomorrow’s CIAA Northern Division matchup between Bowie State University and homecoming host Virginia State University.… Read More
While he may not have played for the Florida A&M University football program, Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff gave the Rattlers a big boost this week when he wore a FAMU football t-shirt to his regularly scheduled press conference.… Read More
Morehouse College alumnus and Internal Medicine /Urgent Care Medicine Practitioner Robert Drummond joins us to discuss how Morehouse shaped his career, and the value of reaching back to bring others forward.… Read More
A report produced recently by the University of Baltimore (UB) analyzes the waning hope for Baltimore City Community College, a two-year school based in the city’s western district, less than a mile away from historically black Coppin State University.… Read More
It doesn’t matter how many black college football and basketball games ESPN broadcasts, how many HBCU graduates the network hires, and how much the network has done to diversify the industry of journalism.… Read More
Albany State University President Art Dunning today announced his plans for retirement, effective in January 2018. Dunning was named president of the institution following its merger with predominantly white Darton State College in 2015, and has been a part of the state’s effort to re-imagine its largest historically black college along lines of academic offerings, economic development for the region and athletics – all against the backdrop of its grand plan to reduce the number of colleges throughout the state in a cost savings effort.… Read More