White House: States Must Adequately Fund Land-Grant HBCUs Owed Nearly $13 Billion

A federal analysis found longstanding disparities in state funding between HBCUs and predominantly White universities.

This Week in Good Black News: Nelly And Ashanti Are Back Together, Michael Irvin Settles For $100M and Spike Lee Calls Out The Critics

HBCUs also made some big moves this week!

The HBCU 104 List: Best Schools to Attend Up Top

Top Historically Black Colleges and Universities to attend in the North.

HBCU Transformation Project Receives $124M Investment From Philanthropy Organization

Forty historically Black institutions currently participate in the initiative.

With Racial Violence Rising How Vulnerable Are Our HBCUs?

Opinion: Racism and poor finances endanger Black college students at these historic institutions.

Fisk University Names Nashville Community Leader Agenia Walker Clark As New President

Walker is the third woman to be named president in the school’s history.

NC A&T Enrolls 13,883 Students, Remaining Largest HBCU

With 400 more students enrolled than last year, A&T remains the nation's largest Black college for the 10th consecutive year.

Barber-Scotia College’s New President Charts A Course For Revitalization For The HBCU After Years Of Decline

Chris V. Rey is tasked with pulling the North Carolina school back from the brink of disaster years after it lost accreditation. But he says there is reason for optimism.