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Students at Bethune Cookman Protest School Conditions Amid Ed Reed Departure

Just days after former NFL star Ed Reed announced that he would no longer be going forward with his position as head coach at Bethune Cookman University, students at the school are protesting and calling for new leadership.

FBI Says One Juvenile Linked to Dozens of HBCU Bomb Threats

On Monday, FBI Director Christopher Wray confirmed that one person is believed to be responsible for a majority of the bomb threats made to HBCUs earlier this year.

First HBCU-Inspired Elementary School Opens in Jacksonville, Florida

Becoming Collegiate Academy has become Jacksonville's first Historically Black College and University-inspired elementary school. 

ASU to Receive $100,000 Donation From Accomplished Alumnus During Homecoming Game

Music Executive, Entrepreneur, and Humanitarian Courtney Stewart to Donate $100,000 to ASU During Homecoming Game

Savannah State and Michigan’s Grand Valley State University Partner for Enrollment Pipeline

Savannah State University and Grand Valley State have partnered to allow undergraduate students at Savannah State to eventually qualify for in-state tuition at Grand Valley in one of three master's degree programs not offered at Savannah State.

Morgan State Makes History with New Medical School Proposal

For the first time in 45 years, a new medical school at an HBCU is opening and it's proposed at Morgan State University.

North Carolina A&T Alum Becomes Youngest Principal in His School’s History

North Carolina A&T Alum Kenneth Gorham makes history as the youngest principal at Movement Freedom Middle School, located in Charlotte, North Carolina.

SAU Alum Vena “Pretty Vee” Excell to deliver Fall Convocation Keynote Address at her...

Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) welcomes actress and comedian Vena “Pretty Vee” Excell to deliver the keynote address at this year's Fall Convocation on Thursday, September 15, 2022.

TSU Alum Juanita Brown Ingram Wins Mrs. Universe 2022 – 2023

Tennessee State University alum and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Juanita Brown Ingram has been crowned this year's Mrs. Universe.

Saint Augustine’s Partners with (ISC)² to Offer Cyber Education, Training, and Certifications

Saint Augustine's Univesity (SAU) has partnered with the International Informational System Security Certification Consortium, Inc. (ISC)² to prepare students for careers in cybersecurity.

Clark Atlanta School of Social Work Programs Receive Eight-Year Reaccreditation

Clark Atlanta University announced that their bachelor's and master's social work programs have been reaffirmed accreditation by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Commission on Accreditation for another eight years, ending in June 2030.

Benedict College Launches Accredited Environmental Engineering Program

Benedict College is now the first South Carolina HBCU to offer an accredited environmental engineering program.

Morehouse Grad Becomes the Youngest Principal in the Atlanta Public Schools System

Morehouse Alum Dr. Dominique Merriweather has become the youngest principal in the Atlanta Public Schools System and the first African-American leader at Sutton Middle School.

Jordan Brand Announces 20-Year Partnership With Howard University

Jordan Brand Howard have 20-year entered a partnership to benefit the students.

Florida Memorial is Training the Next Generation of Black Pilots

Florida Memorial University is making strides to diversify the aviation field and produce more Black pilots through its aviation program

Denny’s and Getty Images Partner to Launch Grant for HBCU Students

Getty Images and Denny's have teamed up to provide a grant aimed at preserving HBCU history.

Benedict College Launches Esports Gaming Room and Degree Track

Benedict College becomes the first HBCU with a gaming room and an Esports degree track.

Morgan State Becomes the First Four-Year HBCU to Partner with Amazon Career Choice Program

Morgan State University teams up Amazon in their Career Choice program to allow Amazon employees to attend the University on Amazon's dime.