HBCU Springcoming , a New York based event that brings historically black college graduates to one place is in Birmingham for the first time.
The NCAA will crown a national champion of its men’s basketball tournament this evening, but only after its women’s championship and a novel all-star game dedicated to showcasing athletes at […]
Good of All, a nonprofit organization committed to educating citizens about human rights and freedoms recently announced the launch of the Universal Rights Scholarship Program, named for civil rights advocacy […]
In a dynamic piece published on BuzzFeed last week, former Howard University student and BuzzFeed fellow Federick McKindra dissects the tug-of-war between HBCU affinity, alliances and outcomes. His story is […]
A report from the Department of Education shows that federal funding for historically black colleges and universities decreased in 2012. The report, released earlier this month by the White House Initiative […]
The Southern Association for Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has placed Tuskegee University and Virginia State University on accreditation warning status, citing the schools for falling below standards of […]
Hall of fame pro football talent from the 1960s through the early 1990’s has not landed one HBCU a top-25 recruit in the last 20 years. And over that same period, hundreds of iconic graduates of HBCUs in a variety of industries have not helped HBCUs to remain as the premier destination for the nation’s top-achieving African-American students.