Court Ruling Confirms: HBCUs Do Not Have to Share If They Are Going Out of Business

A federal judge in Massachusetts has dismissed a lawsuit from former students…

Stillman Receives $400K Grant to Transition Military Veterans Into Teaching Careers

Stillman College will join a network of colleges and universities nationwide helping…

Why HBCU Trustees, Presidents Should Pay Close Attention to UMass-Boston

A few weeks ago, the University of Massachusetts System made headlines when…

HBCU Voices of STEM Excellence – Stillman’s Brian Gibbs

Dr. Gibbs joins us to discuss Stillman’s STEM brand, the transition from…

Grambling Expected to Name Stillman’s Donte Jackson Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Grambling’s seven-week basketball search has come to an end. The Tigers are…

CIAA, SIAC Tournament Bids Finalized for NCAA Division II Basketball Tournaments

Seven historically black men’s and women’s programs are into the 2016 NCAA national basketball tournaments.

Stillman, Alabama Football Punctuates Tale of Inequity in Tuscaloosa

And by the time we realize that the problem needs immediate resolution, we’re about seven years too late in our ability to direct resources and political influence to Stillman and its dwindling potential. 

VIDEO – Stillman President Moves Into Campus Dorm

WVUA in Tuscaloosa, AL reports on Stillman College President Peter Millet, who last month moved into a campus men’s dorm to give students greater access to quick solutions for problems. 

Facing Financial Strain, Stillman Eliminates Football Program

Stillman College in Tuscaloosa has dropped their football program and all other athletic programs except for men and women’s basketball due to financial challenges, the school’s president announced on Thursday.

Stillman Football Program May Be in Jeopardy?

Stillman College players and coaches expect to learn Thursday whether the school will continue to field a football team and continue its athletic program in other sports.