Delaware State University Gets Major Enrollment Boost, Setting Record
The HBCU saw an increase of 3.5 percent with 6,451 students enrolled for the fall semester and a 23 percent increase over the last decade.
Black, Latino Students Lack Access To Certified Teachers And Other Academic Opportunities, Data Shows
The analysis indicates ongoing failure toward achieving education equity.
Bird Species With Culturally Insensitive Titles to be Renamed
Up to 260 birds will be renamed in the United States and Canada.
Virginia State University Students Selected For NASA Competition
The HBCU will compete against 48 teams from universities across the nation in one of the most prestigious rocketry competitions.
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.
Nearly 3,000 Students At Morehouse College Suddenly Get Their Student Debt Canceled
The HBCU partnered with Debt Collective to erase almost $10 Million in school debt – no strings.
Governor Proposes Incentive Program, Offers One Year's Pay to High School Graduates for Service
Maryland Governor is taking an innovative approach to incentivize high school graduates.
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.
Secretary Of Education Miguel Cardona Discusses HBCU Week and the Student Loans Crisis
The Secretary reiterated the Biden Administration’s commitment to supporting HBCUs.
Spelman College Ranked As No. 1 HBCU By US News & World Report
The all-girls college was named the top HBCU for the 15th consecutive year.