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Karrie Dixon Named Elizabeth City State Permanent Chancellor
After a less than a calendar year of gains in enrollment, fundraising and program development, Elizabeth City State University Interim Chancellor Karrie Dixon was today named as permanent campus leader […]
Elizabeth City State to Offer Homeland Security Degree
Elizabeth City State University will be the first public university in North Carolina to offer a degree in the competitive national security and domestic disaster response fields.
Margaret Spellings to Resign as UNC System President
University of North Carolina System President Margaret Spellings will resign in the coming months, less than three years after her appointment to one of the nation’s largest higher education systems. […]
Make it Better and They Will Give: Enrollment Gains Parallel Record-Breaking HBCU Giving
Xavier University of Louisiana recently announced a $1 million gift from the Gayle and Tom Benson Charitable Foundation to support the upkeep of the school’s chapel and merit and need-based […]
Dillard's Water Management Program is Latest HBCU Entry into 21st Century Workforce Development
Colleges and universities are looking for ways to offer students cheaper education and training that will get them hired in jobs which won’t be easily outsourced by technological innovation. Providing […]
Elizabeth City State Receives Record Funding for Campus Renovations
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors last week approved a $2.3 million appropriation for campus repairs and renovations at Elizabeth City State University. Officials say it is the […]
Elizabeth City State Shatters Fundraising Records With Corporate Outreach, Alumni Engagement
Officials at Elizabeth City State University have announced a historic year of fundraising and alumni giving, attracting more than $1.4 million during the 2017-18 academic year and securing a record […]
How Good Does Elizabeth City State Have to Be Before the UNC System Leaves it Alone?
Just over 1,800 donors gave Elizabeth City State University more than $200,000 in gifts for scholarship and institutional support during the school’s second annual ‘Day of Giving’ micro-campaign challenge. This […]
HBCU Leadership Hirings, Firings & Resignations: The 2017-18 Final Report
When executive leadership turns over at an institution of higher education, context matters. In some instances, executives who’ve served long tenures retire with preparations made and accreditation, financial solvency, and […]
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