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

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

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.

HBCU Presidents’ ‘Giving Circle’ Raises $120,000 for 24 HBCUs

There is a place where a few HBCU presidents and executives meet…

More than 65 Percent of Public HBCUs Have Changed Presidents in the Last Four Years

It’s time to look at the way our schools cycle through leaders.

Savannah State President Cheryl Dozier Announces Retirement

A slew of controversies for the school’s 13th president will end in June.

Digest Radio – Bennett College President, National Alumnae Association President Discuss the Campaign to Save the School

We talk with Bennett College President Phyllis Worthy Dawkins and Bennett National…

Coppin State President Maria Thompson Announces Resignation Plans

Thompson will be the third HBCU presidential departure in Maryland in three years.

Leaders At Bethune-Cookman Have a Clue About Saving The School, But They Don’t Have a Plan

Leaders at Bethune-Cookman say all of the right things and nothing at all about its prospects for survival.

HBCU Presidential Hirings and Firings – a 2018-19 Mid-Term Report

A new trend of executive stability appears to be emerging for the new year.

Savannah State, Georgia Southern Shared Programs Show the Next Phase of SSU’s Extinction

A slate of new programs and degree pathways endorsed by Savannah State officials will take students off Savannah State’s campus.