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Bill Allotting $577 Million to Maryland HBCUs Clears Legislature

by | March 16, 2020
The Maryland Senate on Sunday unanimously passed legislation that would allot $577 million to t [...] Read more

HBCUs Face An Additional Set of Coronavirus Concerns

by | March 15, 2020
Campuses across the country are temporarily closing in response to the coronavirus, encouraging [...] Read more

Research on STEM Graduation and Enrollment Rates to be Discussed at Clemson Summit

by | March 3, 2020
Clemson University’s Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Educa [...] Read more

Despite Passage of FUTURE Act, HBCUs Still “Woefully Underfunded,” Says UNCF President

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One could argue it’s been a victorious year for historically Black colleges and universities. [...] Read more

HBCUs Are Working to Help Students Reduce the Need to Borrow

| February 19, 2020
Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are trying to spare graduates from crushin [...] Read more

Why Environmental Studies is Among the Least Diverse Fields in STEM

by | February 16, 2020
Environmental science remains among the least diverse fields of scientific study. But rather th [...] Read more

Black and Hispanic Students May be Paying More for College Loans, Study Finds

| February 14, 2020
Graduates of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and Hispanic-serving institut [...] Read more

Community College National Legislative Summit Tackles Policy Priorities

by | February 10, 2020
Community college presidents and trustees on Monday gathered at the Community College National [...] Read more

How My Tenure as Vice President at an HBCU Made Me a Better Scholar

by Terrell L. Strayhorn |
My doctoral training gave me many things, including the “statistical chops” to analyze cros [...] Read more

Letter Requests Progress on Small Business Administration’s Outreach to HBCUs

by | February 7, 2020
Five members of Congress has signed a bipartisan letter to  the Small Business Administration& [...] Read more

In a First, Washington National Cathedral Will Host HBCU Sunday on Feb. 16

by B. Denise Hawkins | February 5, 2020
For the first time, on Sunday, Feb. 16, Washington National Cathedral will host alumni, student [...] Read more

Southern HBCUs Get $50 million from Atlanta Energy Firm

by | January 29, 2020
An Atlanta-based energy firm, Southern Co., has announced a $50 million scholarship and trainin [...] Read more

How HBCUs’ Strategies Can Help K-12’s Students of Color

by | January 21, 2020
The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) hosted a daylong summit on Tuesday to discuss the role HBC [...] Read more

Clark Atlanta Chose Me

by Janelle L. Williams | January 17, 2020
“I didn’t choose Clark, Clark chose me”.  This is how Tennessee native Hali Smith descri [...] Read more

Report: Universities Must Cultivate Race-Conscious Policies to Address Historical Inequities

by Lois Elfman | January 15, 2020
Higher education institutions’ historically racist admission policies have led to underrepres [...] Read more