Why HBCU Trustees, Presidents Should Pay Close Attention to UMass-Boston

A few weeks ago, the University of Massachusetts System made headlines when it allowed its flagship campus in Amherst to buy a cash-strapped private liberal arts school, Mount Ida College, […]

What is Going On With These HBCU Alumni Associations?

Last month, Oakwood University made a private beef with its national alumni association public, publishing in the Adventist Review a lengthy treatment on how the Oakwood University Alumni Association has […]

It's Almost Like Elizabeth City State Students, Alumni Want to Give the School Away

Elizabeth City State University will bump up its plans to install a new chancellor, announcing that a previous June 1 start date for incoming interim chancellor has been scratched in […]

When Did HBCUs Become a Leadership Pipeline for State Systems?

Alcorn State University President Alfred Rankins is headed back to another familiar place, returning to the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning as its first black commissioner of higher education. Dr. […]

Freshman Enrollment Surges at Several HBCUs

While North Carolina A&T State University has broken its own enrollment mark as the nation’s largest historically black college or university, several HBCUs are posting record enrollment for first-year students […]