There are many things to like about the possibility of Georgia having its own HBCU system with more control over its purse strings, academic offerings, and future growth. Stakeholders from […]
Georgia Democratic Senator and Democratic Party Chair Nikema Williams, a Talladega College alumna, spoke exclusively with the HBCU Digest today about the proposal, and the ongoing study to improve stability […]
Albany State, Fort Valley State and Savannah State have all contended with falling enrollment, leadership instability and financial strife for the better part of a decade. Their situations are not […]
This proposal in its current form does not deserve an up or a down vote from the HBCU community. But it more than deserves our attention to how we can […]
A slew of controversies for the school’s 13th president will end in June.
A slate of new programs and degree pathways endorsed by Savannah State officials will take students off Savannah State’s campus.
Nearly two years after the University System of Georgia announced plans to consolidate Georgia Southern University and Armstrong State University in Savannah, GA., the city’s flagship HBCU has announced plans […]
Faculty and graduates of Savannah State University have written letters of concern to leaders of the University of Georgia System about school president Cheryl Davenport Dozier. The stakeholders say that […]
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. […]
The Hechinger Report recently produced a report on African-American and Latino in-state student enrollment trends at public flagship campuses. The results were a dismal showing of disparities between the kind […]