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…

How Higher Education Reauthorization Will Impact HBCUs

While leaders in the HBCU community are questioning the silence from the…

Department of Ed Maintains Title III Review Processes for HBCUs

Officials from the US Department of Education agreed last week to extend…

Title III Controversy is Moment to Showcase Real Partnership Between Dept of Ed, HBCUs

Leaders from HBCU advocacy organizations will meet tomorrow with members of the…

Federal Government, HBCUs Fall Short In Producing Metrics of Institutional Success

A new study from the American Council on Education reveals that graduation…

HBCUs, Federal Government Must Find Middle Ground of Accountability

Historically black colleges and universities will not survive without support from the federal government, and the federal government won’t run at its optimal service capacity without engagement with and participation from HBCUs. 

Federal Funding to HBCUs Fell in 2012, Lowest Over Five-Year Period

A report from the Department of Education shows that federal funding for…