Posts tagged: HBCUs - Diverse

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Black Colleges and Universities: Charting a Path to Transformational

by Alvin J. Schexnider | April 16, 2021 Recent, so-called “transformational” gifts to HBCUs, most notably MacKenzie Scott’s multi Read more

Deion Sanders Helps SWAC Land Pepsi Sponsorship

by | April 6, 2021
Deion Sanders, head football coach at Jackson State University, has helped the Southwestern Ath [...] Read more

U.S. Department of Education Provides Debt Relief for 45 HBCUs

by | April 2, 2021
To support institutional advancement, the United States Department of Education issued $1.6 bil [...] Read more

Terrence J Partners with First Boulevard to Provide HBCU Students with Financial Literacy Resources

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In partnership with First Boulevard, a Black-owned bank, actor Terrence ‘J’ Jenkins is advo [...] Read more

Report Highlights Industry Partnerships Established by HBCU Presidents

by Allison Joyner | March 26, 2021
A new report reveals how some presidents of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs [...] Read more

UNCF Convenes Mayors to Discuss Economic, COVID-19, and Racial Justice Issues

by Lois Elfman | March 17, 2021
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing focus on racial justice, the United Negro [...] Read more

Reducing the Cost of Higher Education Through the Invaluable Mission of Community Colleges and Affordable HBCUs

by Christopher Wayne Robinson | March 8, 2021
There is a significant need to foster better collaborative relationships among community colleg [...] Read more

Webinar Series Looks to Prepare HBCUs for Future Crises

by | March 4, 2021
To provide resources and advice in navigating both current and future crises, the HBCU Emergenc [...] Read more

Black Greek Organization Members Reflect on Kamala Harris’ Impact on HBCUs and Beyond

by Katti Gray | March 3, 2021
The signature “skee-wee” rallying call erupted at the start of a Q&A featuring then-U.S. pr [...] Read more

XULA’s Reestablished Baseball Program Plays First Intercollegiate Game in Over 60 Years

by | February 24, 2021
Over the years, many historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have eliminated their [...] Read more

Multimillion-Dollar Gift From Mackenzie Scott Helps HBCUs Envision What’s Possible

by Pearl Stewart | February 15, 2021
The word “transformational” was used frequently by leaders of historically Black colleges a [...] Read more

Beverage Company Makes $10M Investment in HBCUs

by | February 11, 2021
To address student loan debt inequities, Diageo North America — a beverage company popularly [...] Read more

Reflections on the Life and Legacy of Dr. James Carmichael Renick

by Dr. William B. Harvey | February 3, 2021
Anyone who ever met Jim Renick would have found it very hard not to like him. [...] Read more

Research Shows Black Students Increasingly Choose HBCUs When Reported State-Level Hate Crimes Rise

| January 25, 2021
A new paper, published by Stanford University’s Center for Education Policy Analysis, explore [...] Read more

Higher Education Pioneer Dr. Samuel L. Myers Dead at 101

by | January 11, 2021
Dr. Samuel L. Myers Sr., a trained economist who served as president of Bowie State University [...] Read more
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