Biden Administration Celebrates And Supports HBCUs In Week-Long Series Of Events

A White House initiative on higher education equity.

New Bipartisan HBCU Bill Would Bring Funding To Rebuild, Repair, and Modernize Campuses

The IGNITE bill would address several funding problems.

2 of 2 for Maryland HBCUs-Settlement. Cutline: Maryland House Speaker Adrienne Jones, third from left, points up while standing with the presidents of Maryland’s four historically Black colleges and universities after a bill signing ceremony on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 in Bowie, Maryland, to set aside $577 million over a decade to settle a federal lawsuit over underfunding at the state’s HBCU’s. From left: Aminta Breaux, president of Bowie State University, Heidi Anderson, president of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Jones, Sen. Charles Sydnor, David Wilson, president of Morgan State University, and Anthony Jenkins, president of Coppin State University. By Brian Witte.

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Judge Approves Multi Million Dollar Settlement For Maryland HBCUs

The case has been in ligation for 15 years.
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CBS Sports To Highlight HBCUs During Men’s Final Four Weekend

CBS Sports' Harold Bryant talk HBCU's impact on basketball.

Master P Reveals His Next Big Purchase

“We can’t change the past, but we can change the future.”
Angel C. Dye (center) was able to  receive her undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences thanks to donors who stepped in to help. Dye celebrates  on the campus of  Howard University  in Washington, DC on May, 13, 2017.
In 2016, Angel Dye was trying to pursue her Howard University education, but like scores of other students at the prominent, financially strapped HBCU, she owed thousands, and had been kicked out of her dorm room and still took classes on the down low. A year later Dye receives her degree today,  with the help of donors who read her story  and is headed to graduate school. 
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LinkedIn Study Shows HBCU Grads Bucking Low U.S. Hiring Trends Despite Economic Downturn

Two fields are attracting Black grads at higher rates.

HBCU Gamers To Compete In Pre-Super Bowl LV Madden 21 Finals For Big Prizes

Players from several Black colleges will try to win $5000.