Charles Way, an appointee to the politically-constructed South Carolina State University Board of Trustees during what many describe as the school’s most tumultuous period, announced his retirement from the board yesterday during a regularly scheduled meeting.
While Alabama voters produced a stunning upset in this week’s election, the path to the historic democratic victory in the state’s special election for a US Senate seat may have left several historically black colleges behind in the effort to encourage voter turnout.
A rebooted teaching fellowship program for University of North Carolina System schools is being criticized for a lack of participation from the state’s historically black colleges and universities.
In August, I launched a petition calling for the postponement of the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities 2017 HBCU Week Conference. It took approximately 36 hours for my petition to reach its intended audience―I know this because in that time frame, one of our high ranking officials contacted me personally to inform me of the progress that my petition had made.
Omarosa Manigault, a polarizing figure who brought HBCU pedigree to the controversial Trump administration, will resign in January the White House today announced.
Grambling State University has been approved to develop an undergraduate cybersecurity degree program, a field that university officials say will position the university to receive funding and enrollment opportunities through one of the nation’s emerging fields of industry.
Simeon Booker, a dean of black journalists with a career spanning the entirety of the American Civil Rights movement, died last Sunday in Maryland. He was 99.
While leaders in the HBCU community are questioning the silence from the White House on direct support for black campuses, students and institutions will face will face considerable changes under new tax and higher education laws.
The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference today announced a multi-year apparel deal with NIKE, which will give the historically black Division II NCAA conference exclusive apparel, and equipment access to each of its member schools.
Wilberforce University’s Board of Trustees today announced that Tony Pinkard will serve as the school’s new, permanent president following the departure of Herman J. Felton, who arrived in Ohio in July 2016 and will depart to become the new president of Wiley College.
Cheyney University, the embattled HBCU which recently preserved its accreditation through an extension of its show-cause status, this week announced that it would discontinue football as a varsity sport.
Today, Bennett College made the announcement they have one more year to get everything in order with their finances.
Alabama State University and the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics announced that the interim tag will be removed from Donald Hill-Eley Thursday afternoon, and he will become the 29th head coach in school history.