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TMCF to Host Virtual HBCU Homecoming Event Oct. 25

by | October 22, 2020 The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) will host a virtual concert and fundraiser on Sunday, Read more

Three HBCUs Share in Morgan Stanley’s New $12 Million Scholarship Program

by | October 21, 2020
Morehouse College, Spelman College and Howard University will all share in a $12 million gift f [...] Read more

TheDream.US Report Highlights How COVID-19 Has Disproportionately Affected Immigrant Scholars

by | October 8, 2020
TheDream.US, the nation’s largest scholarship program for immigrant youth, recently released [...] Read more

Church Raises $100,000 for College Students Amid Pandemic

by | September 28, 2020
The Bethel Baptist Institutional Church in Jacksonville, Fla. awarded 85 students with scholars [...] Read more

Legacy of Community College Professor Continues Through Scholarship

by | September 17, 2020
With a plan to pursue a postsecondary degree, Frederick Kakumba left Uganda in 1964 to come to [...] Read more

Peyton Manning’s Peyback Foundation Create Scholarships at Four HBCUs

by | September 14, 2020
Former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning’s Peyback Foundation has endowed six scholarships a [...] Read more

Black College Football Hall of Fame Establishes HBCU Scholarship Fund

by | July 24, 2020
The Black College Football Hall of Fame has established a $150,000 Black College Football Hall [...] Read more

Spelman College to Create Scholarship in Memory of John Lewis

| July 20, 2020
Spelman College announced it will create an endowed scholarship to honor the memory of civil ri [...] Read more

10 Concrete Policy Changes PWIs Can Enact to Show Black Lives Matter

by Sydney Freeman, Jr. | June 25, 2020
As senior leaders prepare for the fall semester, I would like to provide 10 concrete policies a [...] Read more

Law Deans Establish Call to Action Website to Address Racism in Higher Education

by | June 17, 2020
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many Black women law deans stayed connected on Zoom and discu [...] Read more

Open Letter to Fortune 1000 CEOs and Corporate Boards

by James L. Moore III | June 11, 2020
As our nation reels from the death of George Floyd and countless others, youthful protestors of [...] Read more

University of Michigan’s Kessler Scholars Program for First-Generation Students Expands to Other Institutions

by | May 27, 2020
The Kessler Presidential Scholars Program, which was established at the College of Literature, [...] Read more

African American Banker Pays Off Tuition Balances of 50 New Spelman Graduates

| May 26, 2020
African American banker Frank Baker and his philanthropist wife Laura Day Baker have announced [...] Read more

Maintaining Hope Despite the Uncertain Ending of My Doctoral Journey

by | April 23, 2020
As I come to terms with our current reality under the COVID-19 pandemic, I can’t shake the fe [...] Read more

New York’s Tuition Free Program Leaves Out Many Low-Income, Community College Students

by | March 30, 2020
The Excelsior Scholarship, New York’s tuition-free program, only reaches a small portion of l [...] Read more
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