Claflin University Athletic Director Jerome Fitch breaks down the Panthers’ move to the CIAA, the ramifications it will have for student athletes and athletic corporate partnerships, and how it supports the university’s mission.
The Hechinger Report recently produced a report on African-American and Latino in-state student enrollment trends at public flagship campuses. The results were a dismal showing of disparities between the kind of access black students have at large, publicly funded research institutions.
Luns Richardson, the recently-retired President Emeritus of Morris College who helped the small, private historically black college achieve historic gains in fundraising and academic development over a 44-year-career, died last week.
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.
Benedict College President Roslyn Clark-Artis offers real talk on the state of the campus, its prospects for future success, and the will of the board of trustees to grow the institution’s brand.
An off-campus shooting leaves a Claflin University dead and another charged with his murder.
South Carolina State University is hoping that its second round of solicitations for new board members will yield more applicants, after an embarrassing total of one person applied to run the state’s flagship HBCU in September.
Two years after budget tightening forced its closure, South Carolina State University has reopened its campus museum and planetarium facility.
Statehouse Report today reports on the contrasting investment strategies from South Carolina legislature for its public colleges and universities, outlining how institutional appropriations have dramatically dropped in recent years while support for merit-based scholarships have increased over the same period.
Business students from South Carolina State University placed second in a recent annual business case competition held by the National Black MBA Association in Philadelphia last week.
Ariana Ruiz, a junior agribusiness major; Omari Richards, a senior management major; Nawal Bryant, a senior management major and Trevon Andrews, a junior agribusiness major moved SCSU up one spot from its inaugural appearance in last year’s competition, and earned Richards an individual award for ‘best presenter.’ From a release:
SC State students’ case comprised of a proposal, displaying the most effective social media platform for Canadian airline, WestJet.
Opposing letters to the editor in the Orangeburg, SC-based Times and Democrat paint a vastly different picture of how alumni of South Carolina State University feel about the direction of the institution, and its future.
Trustees at South Carolina State University have approved for the school to offer online courses in political science and public administration.
South Carolina State University will soon offer political science/public administration courses online as well as through traditional classes.
The Times and Democrat today reports on the surprising lack of interest from community members in serving on the South Carolina State University board of trustees. Only one person has formally applied for appointment to serve the state’s flagship historically black college, as its interim board faces a 2018 deadline to find replacements.