Several HBCUs placed on federal financial sanctions last fall, but context is key

The department has been uneven in recent years at data keeping for default rates, which has been scrutinized for lacking context on the raw numbers associated with graduation or attrition rates.

What Happens if Paine and Bennett Both Get Their Accreditation Back?

At first sight, the headline appears like the precursor to a very bad week for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Paine College announced to attendees […]

Guest Commentary: At Paine, What Begins With Accreditation Must Continue With Innovation

Paine College was recently awarded “candidacy status” for accreditation through the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) commission located in Forest, VA. This is huge news for the […]

Human Rights Nonprofit Announces HBCU Multi-Campus Scholarship Endowment Project

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 […]