UVI Becomes First Four-Year HBCU to Offer Free Tuition

    High school graduates in the U.S. Virgin Islands will now…

Federal Court Order Puts a Time Limit on Illegal Discrimination Against Maryland HBCUs

A court-ordered spring deadline may deliver justice for Maryland’s HBCUs after a 12-year legal fight.

Everybody is Growing in NW Louisiana But Grambling. And Everybody at Grambling is Silent About It.

Big things are happening in Northwest Lousiana. Two months ago, Louisiana Delta…

HBCUs Owe The Feds $1.8B in Capital Loans. And The Feds Hope HBCUs Will Borrow More.

Historically black colleges and universities owe the federal government more than $1.8…

Higher Ed Policy Flurry Has Mixed Outcomes for HBCUs

If you haven’t been paying attention to higher education news over the…

Listen: Digest After Dark – See Ya’ll in Norfolk!

We discuss Orze’s recent piece on famous HBCU alumni and where their…

Trump Administration Defers Capital Loan Payments for Eight Private HBCUs

Eight private historically black institutions have been granted loan deferments for payments owed to the federal government through its capital financing program.

U. S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue Visits Central State to Promote Agricultural Careers, Research

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue came to Central State University on…

HBCU Digest Radio – Maryland State Delegate Charles Sydnor III

Maryland State Delegate Charles E. Sydnor III discusses his HB 1062, which…

Breaking Down White House Budget Proposal’s HBCU Impact

The Trump Administration has revealed its 2019 fiscal year budget proposal, which…