Dozens of Closing For-Profit Schools May Have Pushed Some HBCUs Closer to Extinction

The Education Corporation of America shut down dozens of campuses nationwide this…

HBCU Digest Radio – Bennett President Phyllis W. Dawkins

Dr. Dawkins talks about a new grant from the Walmart Foundation to…

VIDEO – Paine Fighting to Rightsize Finances, Accreditation Status

WJBF reports on Paine College’s efforts to reduce costs and stabilize its accreditation status. 

Bennett, Saint Augustine’s Placed on Accreditation Warning

Two of North Carolina’s private historically black colleges have twelve months to demonstrate fiscal solvency to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), which yesterday announced warning status designations for Bennett College and Saint Augustine’s University. 

HBCU Digest Podcast Series – Norfolk State President Eddie Moore

NSU President Eddie Moore discusses the school’s lifted accreditation probation status, the work involved in changing that status, and his optimism for the school moving forward.

Cheyney Placed on Accreditation Probation

Cheyney University, which has been running a deficit and experienced a 30 percent enrollment drop this year, has been placed on probation by the body that accredits colleges and universities.

Tuskegee, Virginia State Placed on Accreditation Warning

The Southern Association for Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has placed…