higher education

Affirmative Action Opponents Now Targeting West Point, Naval Academy Through Supreme Court

While the Supreme Court struck down affirmative action in a landmark ruling in June, the decision does not apply to military academies

Black Lawmakers Establish Congressional Caucus to Support Predominantly Black Institutions

PBIs are made up of mainly two-year colleges that serve 6.8 percent of the entire Black population that pursues postsecondary education.

Meet Dr. Melissa L. Gilliam: The First Black Woman President of Boston University

Before being named president, the renowned scholar was executive vice president and provost at Ohio State University.

COVID-19 Pandemic Disproportionately Caused Black And Latino Students To Cancel College Plans, Report Says

Delays in attaining a high education have a ‘negative cascading effect’ across a lifetime, researchers say.

Future 40: Meet New Harlem Children's Zone CEO Kwame Owusu-Kesse

Building a cradle to college pipeline, one child at a time

Michelle Obama Tells Students They ‘Better Make Room’ for College

New initiative gets students excited for higher education.

Michelle Obama Teams Up With Wale for Education Initiative

He will speak and perform at Beating the Odds Summit.

California Hopes to Ease Path to Historically Black Colleges

Fisk U. and others will be part of new education pipeline.

Obama Calls for More Rights for Struggling Student Borrowers

President wants to tackle student debt from every angle.

Does the White House Understand the Value of an HBCU Education?

CBC members say HBCUs need more support.