Virginia State University shows Big State love in the hours before a major hurricane.
Kentucky State University President M. Christopher Brown II discusses the school’s political and social realities, and the challenges and opportunities for the HBCU sector at large.
Tennessee State University and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc President Glenda Baskin Glover joins the podcast to announce a one-day, $1 million fundraising campaign to benefit HBCUs.
Dr. Frederick discusses Howard’s jump in the US News and World Report rankings, the work of balancing access and competitiveness in student achievement and defining Howard’s true role in America’s higher ed landscape.
Shaw University Interim President Paulette Dillard was this weekend unanimously named as the school’s 18th president by the school’s board of trustees.
Winston-Salem State University Chancellor Elwood Robinson drafted an unprecedented letter to his campus community this week, alerting them that a popular list of the nation’s best colleges upon which the school annually placed would not list WSSU this year.
The reason? Because the US News & World Report Best Colleges list is inherently unfair to non-Ivy League, and particularly historically black institutions.
Alabama State University stakeholders formally welcomed President Quinton Ross to leadership this week with an inaugural ball that raised $1 million in support of ASU students.
Alabama A&M University and President Andrew Hugine agreed to a contract extension this week, with a unique clause designed to make his term of service among the most permanent in the HBCU community.
Saint Augustine’s University got a much-needed alumni gift last week and will receive more than $340,000 in annual appropriations from the Episcopal Church over the next three years. But questions remain about the school’s financial stability as it approaches an accreditation reporting deadline.
Fayetteville State University will offer transfer students from Fayetteville Technical Community College a two-year pathway to a bachelor’s degree, with a $10,000 price tag.