Human Rights Nonprofit Announces HBCU Multi-Campus Scholarship Endowment Project

Good of All, a nonprofit organization committed to educating citizens about human…

Dropping Out of an HBCU – A Conversation with Former Howard Student Frederick McKindra

In a dynamic piece published on BuzzFeed last week, former Howard University…

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

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

Tuskegee, Virginia State Placed on Accreditation Warning

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

Yesterday’s HBCU Pride is Today’s HBCU Irrelevance

Hall of fame pro football talent from the 1960s through the early 1990’s has not landed one HBCU a top-25 recruit in the last 20 years. And over that same period, hundreds of iconic graduates of HBCUs in a variety of industries have not helped HBCUs to remain as the premier destination for the nation’s top-achieving African-American students.