Historically Black Colleges and Universities

HBCUs to Receive $25 Million Cybersecurity Grant

Uncle Nearest Holds Second Annual Challenge To Raise $1.4 Million For Underfunded HBCUs

The Black-owned spirits brand began this year’s campaign on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Jan. 15) and will end it on Juneteenth (Jun. 19).

Chuck Schumer To Receive Highest Honor For HBCU Support

The majority leader accepted the prestigious Fredrick D. Patterson Award at the UNCF National Gala on March 2.

Why ‘Coming To America’ Has A Different Meaning For International HBCU Students

While a combination of a global pandemic, changes in immigration policy and the end of a scholarship program has slowed the pace a little, Black colleges are still a destination for international students.

Morehouse College Becomes First College To Offer Classes In The Metaverse

The Atlanta-based HBCU adds to its impactful curriculum with virtual classes.

Battle of the Bands: Members Explain The Importance And The Work Behind The Premier HBCU Events

There’s nothing like watching an HBCU band perform. But the members of the band say it’s hard work, and definitely worth it.

Generation to Generation: A Family Passes Down The HBCU Tradition

One point of pride for many parents is when their children attend the same college they did, for the Brandon family, that happened with an HBCU.