New Gallup Survey Shows Most College Grads Are Dissatisfied with Alumni Career Support. HBCU Grads Are Saying ‘Sorry, Not Sorry’

The HBCU network is powerful, but can the numbers of its influence make it even stronger?

Iconic HBCU Football Coach Joe Taylor Named to College Football Hall of Fame

An HBCU football legend joins the ranks for college football’s greatest.

Bennett Accreditation Revoked, Saint Augustine’s Removed from Probation

North Carolina’s Bennett College for Women, plagued by years of declining enrollment…

READ: White Guys, Prostitutes and Marching Bands – The Top 10 HBCU Videos on YouTube

A look at the top ten most viewed videos on YouTube attached…

FAMU Can’t Afford a Lack of Transparency From Campus Leaders

Activities have begun for the inauguration of former multiple-time interim and now…

What Does Ron DeSantis’ Election Mean for FAMU?

Florida’s new governor may create dramatic shifts for the state’s higher education…

Watch FAMU Alumnus Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Gillum Cast Vote

Since watching politicians vote is a thing, here is footage of Florida…

FAMU Praise Breaking Reveals the Best of What HBCUs Have Been, and Could Be

There are few HBCU campus experiences which don’t include praise breaks.

US News Rankings Shouldn’t Overshadow HBCU Results

Several historically black colleges and universities are claiming new spots on the…

Why FAMU May Be the Center of America’s Anti-Trump Movement

The Democratic National Committee is vetting and supporting diverse candidates to lead the charge, and in the most visible races, the antidote to Trump-ism is to go with candidates with HBCU heritage in their DNA.