HBCU

10 N.C. HBCU’s could lose millions of dollars in funding by Oct 1st of next year if Congress doesn’t act. Right now a federal funding bill that could provide $255 million dollars to STEM programs, is being held up in Washington. In September, the House passed the Future Act  which provided $255 million for the […]

Historic HBCU Bennett College is on the verge of closing if it doesn’t raise $5 million by Friday February 1st.  The college must receive the money to restore accreditation and remain open. CLICK HERE to make a donation. “The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges voted in December to end Bennett’s accreditation, citing […]

President Wayne A.I. Frederick talks candidly about recent controversies.

Guy Anthony and George Johnson founded the nonprofit, Black, Gifted, and Whole, to help empower young, queer Black men through mentoring and scholarship at HBCUs.

Morehouse College has appointed William Taggart as its interim president and Willie Woods as its new board chairman.

After being told their colleges and universities would be a priority, the White House's 2018 proposed budget tells a different story.

John Wilson Jr. issued a statement on Thursday expressing his disappointment with the meeting and his disdain for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' recent comments about HBCUs.

John Wilson, President, Morehouse College, says he doesn’t know if Trump’s HBCU executive order will make an impact.

HBCUs are still relevant in training skilled educators at a time when teacher diversity is needed.

Filmmaker Stanley Nelson examines the history of HBCUs and shows their continued relevancy.