Mold Removal in Dorms to Delay Start of Classes at Johnson C. Smith

Charlotte’s flagship HBCU take extra precautions with student housing preparations for the spring semester.

Bennett Accreditation Revoked, Saint Augustine's Removed from Probation

North Carolina’s Bennett College for Women, plagued by years of declining enrollment and financial hardship today announced its intent to appeal a decision from the Southern Association of Colleges and […]

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 […]

Clarence Armbrister Named Johnson C. Smith President

Clarence Armbrister, a veteran executive with stops at high level research institutions and in civil service, was today announced as the 14th president of Johnson C. Smith University. Officials […]

After Supreme Court Ruling on Voter Gerrymandering, HBCUs Could Shift Balance of Power in North Carolina

The US Supreme Court today rejected two voting districts redesigned by North Carolina lawmakers for political gerrymandering, saying that the realignment was done to disadvantage African American voters in the state. […]