Central State University will celebrate its rich history and recognize outstanding alumni doing its 131th Charter Day Convocation.
Central State University has been selected to partner with a national project to train students to be informed and engaged citizens.
Dr. Li-Byarlay has donated an Illumina MiniSeq sequencer (fair market value of $50000) to the College of Science and Engineering and the Land-Grant Programs at Central State University in December 2017.
Bernice I. Sumlin, a Central State University graduate who made a mark on HBCU culture through her leadership of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. in the 1970s, died last week in Dayton, OH.
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.
Central State University creates more than $140 million annually in regional economic impact through capital, student and operational spending, according to a study commissioned by a state higher education council.
Wilberforce University has received a $2.4 million grant from the US Department of Education to expand its masters degree program in rehabilitation counseling.
The six-year grant will provide resources to fund scholarships, fellowships, and internships for graduate students, and will assist in defraying costs for renovation of teaching and research spaces for the program.
While North Carolina A&T State University has broken its own enrollment mark as the nation’s largest historically black college or university, several HBCUs are posting record enrollment for first-year students and total headcount.
Central State University President Jackson-Hammond shares her perspectives on Charlottesville, the school’s recent civic annex initiatives, and how to survive and thrive in a performance-based culture of higher ed funding.
Central State University was last month named as our 2017 HBCU of the Year, and to steady observers of HBCU culture, there was no great surprise in how the institution earned such an honor.
WILBERFORCE, OH. – Ohio Chancellor John Carey announced today that Central State University has exceeded financial benchmarks set by the state of Ohio and is now out of fiscal watch.
The declaration, announced at an event at Central State on April 27, is a result of two consecutive years in which the University’s reserves grew and Central State surpassed financial accountability benchmarks required to shed fiscal watch – accomplishing increased financial liquidity one year earlier than required by law.
Members of the Ohio House of Representatives commended Central State University for 130 years of academic excellence and recognized President Dr. Cynthia Jackson-Hammond for her positive impact on the state of Ohio.
What does an increase in enrollment mean exactly? For some, it means increased interest in a campus or its degree offerings.
But for black colleges, a boost in students could make the difference in a stabilized or downgrade in bond rating, the fine line between hiring or laying off staff, the slim margin between operating on revenue instead of a line of credit, or having full accreditation status versus warning or probation for financial struggles.