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With $8 Million Deficit, Bethune-Cookman Faces Potential Accreditation Loss

by | February 4, 2020 Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) a private historically Black university must close its $8 mil Read more

African Methodist Episcopal Church Forgives Morris Brown College’s $4M Debt

by | January 8, 2020
Over $4 million in debt owed by Morris Brown College was forgiven by the Executive Committee of [...] Read more

Dr. Billy C. Hawkins Revives Ailing HBCU Amid Cheers and Controversy

by Pearl Stewart | January 6, 2020
As president of Talladega College, Dr. Billy C. Hawkins is known as a turnaround expert among h [...] Read more

Wiley College Receives Warning From Accreditor

by | December 18, 2019
Wiley College – a historically Black college in Marshall, Texas – received a warning from i [...] Read more

LeMoyne-Owen College Receives Interim Accreditation Review

by | December 15, 2019
After submitting a five-year interim accreditation report, LeMoyne-Owen College was found to be [...] Read more

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Loosens Accreditor and State Oversight

by | November 1, 2019
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced the finalized rule for accreditation and stat [...] Read more

ACE Convening Puts Spotlight on College Unbound

by | October 2, 2019
College Unbound (CU), an innovative institution located in Providence, Rhode Island, designed f [...] Read more

Morris Brown College Receives $500,000 Grant From Park Service

by | September 16, 2019
The National Park Service has granted $500,000 to Morris Brown College, a historically Black co [...] Read more

Amidst Accreditation Concerns, Cheyney Turns a Fiscal Corner

by Janet Kline | August 22, 2019
It looks like Cheyney University has turned a corner. The historically Black institution that w [...] Read more

Lincoln University of Pennsylvania Accreditation Affirmed for Another Eight Years

| July 9, 2019
At a time when some HBCUs are losing accreditation and others are struggling to keep theirs, Li [...] Read more

University of Maryland Receives Accreditation Warning

by Janet Kline | June 30, 2019
The University of Maryland, College Park has been put on warning and is in jeopardy of losing i [...] Read more

Bennett President Out, Interim In

| June 24, 2019
An interim leader took the reins at Bennett College on Friday after the sudden departure of the [...] Read more

New Morris Brown College President Looks to Connect, Restore HBCU

by | May 28, 2019
Dr. Kevin James — the newly appointed interim president of Morris Brown College — is on a m [...] Read more

‘Wilberforce Unite’ Campaign Seeks to Raise $2M in 60 Days

| April 30, 2019
Wilberforce University, which was placed on probation last year by a regional accrediting agenc [...] Read more

Small, Private HBCUs Find Lifeline with TRACS Amid Accreditation Struggles

| March 27, 2019
As schools struggle in various ways with how to stay viable in an increasingly complicated and [...] Read more
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