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10 HBCUs that Offer Full Scholarships

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NY Amsterdam News As parents and students look at options for higher education, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are often times in the conversation. However,...

Bennett College Raises Over $720,000 During Alumnae Weekend

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Many alumnae came together at Bennett College this weekend reminiscing about life at Bennett College, trading stories on the college’s traditions and rekindling bonds...

HBCU Freshman Bible: 7 Ways To Calculate College Spending That Won’t Hurt Your Pockets

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Freshman year can be overwhelming. Besides living away from your family for the first time and learning campus life, understanding how to spend your...

Georgia D. Provost of Texas Southern University Says “Do the Math!”

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Georgia D. Provost Says “Do the Math!” Georgia Doyle Provost says if 10,000 alumni and former students of Texas Southern University would donate just $10...

INROADS: A Key to Success for Business Students Attending HBCU’S

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INROADS: A Key to Success for Business Students Attending HBCU’S In the 21st Century there is nothing more important than diversity in the work force....

Top 15 Historically Black Colleges And Universities (HBCUs)

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A new study reveals the top historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) that give you the biggest bang for your buck. On Monday, Essence magazine and Money...

Paul Quinn College Announces Strategic Partnership With Tom Joyner Foundation

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A new strategic partnership between Paul Quinn College and the Tom Joyner Foundation was officially announced on April 15, according to a news release....

Howard University School of Business: The 21st Century Advantage Program.

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Howard University prepares their freshmen classes like no other school in the nation. The School of Business has established a program that shapes their...

Paul Quinn Now 8th “Work College” Institution

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Paul Quinn College, a private, religiously affiliated and historically black school will announce its effort to support the work college model. Beginning with the...

Study Reveals Alabama State University’s Economic Impact Nears $1 Billion

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Alabama State University officials have announced the results of a one-year study that measured the economic impact of the University in Alabama and specifically in...

Morgan State University Receives $5-Million Scholarship Donation

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. — On Feb. 10, retired UPS senior executive Calvin E. Tyler Jr. and his wife, Tina, nationally known philanthropists, announced a $5-million...

Congresswoman Alma Adams Proposes HBCU Innovation Fund Act To Provide Access To $250 Million...

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Washington, DC – Congresswoman Alma S. Adams (NC-12) today announced the introduction of H.R.4857, the HBCU Innovation Fund Act. The legislation would create the...

Stephen A. Smith Makes Huge Statement With $250,000 Contribution to WSSU Over 5 Years

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There are not many times a college leader will be left utterly speechless on any given occasion. But that’s what Winston-Salem State University Chancellor Elwood...

Fort Valley State announces layoffs

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Fort Valley State University’s cost-cutting measures will mean about 100 mostly temporary and part-time employees will lose their jobs. After getting approval of its plan...

The 10 HBCUs With The Best Retention Rates

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Deciding whether to go to college can be difficult, stressing, and sometimes can be put on the back burner to find a peace of mind. Maybe...

PVAMU Department of Athletics Debuts The Athletic Director’s Club

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PVAMU Sports Information The Prairie View A&M Department of Athletics is proud to announce the formation of the Athletic Director's Club.  The club is the...

MD HBCUs receive $12.2 million in federal funding

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Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Education awarded more than $12.2 million of federal grants towards Maryland’s four Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs): Morgan...

Commission Approves First-Ever University of District of Columbia Master Plan

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Washington, DC - After more than a year’s worth of hearings, adjustments, negotiations and renegotiations, the Zoning Commission for the District of Columbia on Monday...

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