A new trend of executive stability appears to be emerging for the new year.
Eight private historically black institutions have been granted loan deferments for payments owed to the federal government through its capital financing program.
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 […]
Florida Memorial names the seasoned Sunshine State academic executive as campus CEO.
Florida Memorial University professor, historian and author Tameka Hobbs discusses two different HBCU narratives in the state surrounding commencement, and her new book “Democracy Abroad, Lynching at Home: Racial Violence […]
The graduation season of 2017 has offered some interesting comparison in leadership among HBCU presidents. The administration at Bethune-Cookman University, under the leadership of Dr. Eddie Jackson, invited controversy when […]
Five years after his death sparked international dialog about racism, social justice and community policing, Trayvon Martin will be honored for the industrial ambitions he held as a teenager growing up […]
Talladega College students collect an annual average of $7,815 in scholarship aid, ranking third nationally among more than 250 private colleges and universities surveyed by the Student Loan Report for […]
What does an increase in enrollment mean exactly? For some, it means increased interest in a campus or its degree offerings. But for black colleges, a boost in students could […]