It is Time for Defunct HBCUs to Stop Defrauding Black People

The Oregon College of Art and Craft, Hampshire College and Green Mountain…

Is China in the Market For Struggling, Closed HBCU Campuses?

Last December, Xinhua Education Investment Corp. purchased more than 130 acres and…

Tracking the Survival of ‘Ghost HBCUs’

Former Winston-Salem State University Chancellor and higher education consultant Alvin Schexnider writes…

Barber-Scotia Leases Majority of Campus to Startup Sports University

Barber-Scotia College is expected to announce a new partnership with a niche startup…

HBCU Digest Podcast Series – Barber Scotia Alumna A. Kim McTillmon

Rev. McTillmon joins the podcast series to discuss Barber Scotia’s recent spring closure announcement, the school’s debt issues, and the alumni mobilization effort to keep the school alive.

Barber Scotia to Close For Spring Semester

The college’s Board of Trustees sent a letter out to parents and students Friday, Jan. 1, explaining that a lack of funds had led to the decision to halt classes until fall 2016.