Posts tagged: HBCUs - Diverse
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Clark Atlanta ‘Housing Crisis’ Hints at Institutions Relying on Tuition Revenue

by | August 15, 2018 While Wednesday marked the first day of classes at Clark Atlanta University, nearly 150 student Read more

For Many, HBCU Mergers and Closures Are Not an Option

by Reginald Stuart |
As colleges and universities celebrate the beginning of another school year filled with promise [...] Read more

Increasing Diversity on HBCU Campuses Often Leaves Blacks in Minority

by | August 14, 2018
In many cases, African-American students have ceased being a majority at HBCUs. At some, they a [...] Read more

I’m a Doctor – Now What? Lessons from a First-Generation Scholar

by Janelle L. Williams | August 8, 2018
As I continue to navigate post-doctoral life, my advice for anyone who felt blindsided by expec [...] Read more

North Carolina A&T Joins List of HBCUs Attending Tech Summit

by | August 7, 2018
North Carolina A&T State University will host congressional and tech leaders and other hist [...] Read more

HBCUs and PBIs Usher in New Era of Cybersecurity

by | August 2, 2018
As a high demand for skilled laborers in cybersecurity and information technology continues – [...] Read more

Things an HBCU Enrollment Manager Must Know

by Dwight B. Sanchez | July 31, 2018
Through trial and error, and ultimately wisdom, I have learned that to be an effective enrollme [...] Read more

Is the Black Man the Bogeyman in the Ivory Tower?

by Adriel A. Hilton & Ronald W. Whitaker, II | July 30, 2018
Even after establishing credibility and capability, some Black males in higher education are st [...] Read more

Eight HBCU Students Awarded Beyoncé-Google Scholarships

by | July 27, 2018
Texas Southern University (TSU) student Jordan Davis is one of eight recipients of the 2018-19 [...] Read more

Benedict College’s Bold Move to Lower Tuition: Ask Us ‘Why Not?’

by Emmanuel Lalande |
Nearly 150 years after its founding, with a bold approach to student success in the face of soc [...] Read more

Betsy DeVos Proposes to Shorten Debt Relief for Defrauded Students

by | July 26, 2018
The U.S. Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, motioned Wednesday to limit Obama administration [...] Read more

Best Practices and Solutions are Shared at UNCF Convening

by | July 24, 2018
FORT LAUDERDALE—If you ask Spelman College student Genesis Thigpen about some of the pressing [...] Read more

House Bill Provides $8M for HBCU Historic Preservation Fund

by | July 20, 2018
Advocates for historically Black colleges and universities are praising the passage of a U.S. H [...] Read more

Phyllis Craig-Taylor: A Social Justice Advocate from the Start

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Phyllis Craig-Taylor’s formative years in Jim Crow-era Alabama cultivated in the educator a p [...] Read more

Claflin Wraps Up HBCU-UP, CECOR Cybersecurity Summer Programs

by | July 19, 2018
The importance of early-college summer programs was on display last week when the Historically [...] Read more
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