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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.

Bethune-Cookman Partners with Ross University School of Medicine for New Medical Program

Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) and Bethune-Cookman University have partnered to launch a program that will expand educational access for aspiring medical students.

Johnson C. Smith Univesity Launches new On-Campus Atrium Health Center

JCSU reveals a new on-campus health center operated by Atrium Health, free to students without increasing the cost of tuition.

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.

Selma University Receives Grants to Preserve Historic Building

Selma University receives over half a million dollars in grant money to make renovations to historic building.

Fourteen HBCU Medical Students to Participate in NFL Diversity Initiative

Fourteen medical students from different HBCUs are chosen for NFL diversity initiative.

Jordan Brand Announces 20-Year Partnership With Howard University

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

SC State Fires Athletic Director Stacy Danley

South Carolina State University has decided that it does not see a future with former athletic director Stacy Danley. Learn more from staff at...

Morgan State is On a Mission to Become Marylands’s first R1 HBCU

Morgan State is working hard to make history as the first Maryland HBCU to gain R1 status.

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

Fisk University’s New Gymnastics Team has Officially Started Practicing

The first HBCU gymnastics team has officially started practicing for the 2023 season.

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.

EWU Names Marquita Mines As New Head Coach For Track & Field, Cross Country

Edward Waters University just added a new leader to its Intercollegiate Athletics department. Learn more in the EWU release below. The Edward Waters University Department...

Jackson State Announces New Partnership with American Airlines

American Airlines is now the official airline of Jackson State University Athletics. Jackson State University has partnered with American Airlines to provide chartered flights...

Benedict College Launches Esports Gaming Room and Degree Track

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

Meharry Medical College Selects New Senior Vice President of Clinical Affairs

Meharry Medical College has selected a new executive to develop several residency programs at the HBCU. Learn more in the release by MMC below. Meharry...

Jackson State Surpasses $600K Fundraising Goal on Annual Day of Giving

Jackson State University's projections for its annual Day of Giving fundraiser were met and exceeded. Learn more in the story by Caleb Salers at...