Wal-Mart donates $5,000 to Saint Augustine College’s tornado relief fund

  Representatives from the Wal-Mart Distribution Supply Chain in Henderson, recently donated $5,000 to Saint Augustine's College's Recovery and Restoration Fund. The fund is designed to help the...

Mississippi church establishes $10,250 scholarship fund for JSU students

(JACKSON, Miss.) – Members of the New Freedom Family Ministries in Oxford, Miss., recently donated $10,250 to the Jackson State University Development Foundation to establish the Charles...

Dominion grant supports with $50,000 to Virginia State School of Business digital textbook initiative

Dominion Resources has awarded Virginia State University $50,000 to expand a digital textbook pilot project aimed at reducing costs and increasing student retention. The grant is part...

$1.4 million in grant money under federal investigation at Alabama A&M

A dispute over the administration of a multi-million dollar grant by Alabama A&M University is under investigation by a federal agency. The dispute centers around $1.4 million that...

Fayetteville State University Ranks 143 among Top U.S. Business Schools in SSRN Research Ranking

The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) ranks the School of Business and Economics at Fayetteville State University at 143 among its ranking of top U.S. Business...

For-Profit Colleges: Good for Black Students?

While black students are between 10 and 13 percent of the students at two- and four-year public colleges, they're 22 percent of for-profit colleges. What's going on? Here's...

A Must-Have App For All Hamptonians

Launched back in 2014, the myHamptonU App is 'a must-have' for incoming freshmen students and transfers arriving at historically black Hampton University later this fall, and also for...

NSU Foundation Receives $45,000 Grant from Hampton Roads Community Foundation

The E.K. Sloane Fund of the Hampton Roads Community Foundation has awarded the Norfolk State University Foundation, Inc. a $45,000 grant to purchase a Yamaha C7 piano...

Black Colleges Receive $228M In Grants From U.S. Government

The Education Department is awarding $228 million in grants to historically black colleges and universities. The five-year grants will go to schools in 19 states plus the District...

Howard University: Small Business Development Center

Howard University: Small Business Development Center One of many things that make Howard University’s School of Business stand out from the rest of the crowd is their Development...

President Obama Said To Be Critical of HBCUs During CBC Meeting

“These are difficult times for our institutions, our students and their families – even more difficult than when we first began this journey together in 2009.”  — Hampton University...

Fayetteville State University Ranks 143 among Top U.S. Business Schools in SSRN Research Ranking

The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) lists the School of Business and Economics at Fayetteville State University at 143 among its ranking of top U.S. Business Schools. SSRN...

Spelman College Announces Honorees and Speakers for 2015 Women of Color Conference

ATLANTA (April 15, 2015) —Dynamic women visionaries who are leading in the field of technology will be honored at the 11th Annual Spelman College Leadership and Women...

Shaw University Partners with Zipcar

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Students, faculty and staff at Shaw University will not have access to affordable transportation a as the school announced it has a new...

Energy Mississippi, Inc., presents $50,000 JSU School of Engineering

  Entergy Mississippi, Inc., presents $50,000 JSU School of Engineering Energy Mississippi, Inc., presented Jackson State University with a $50,000 check on July 12 toward the company’s $500,000 commitment to...

Dillard’s Marc A. Barnes Named “Outstanding Professional Fundraiser of the Year”

(NEW ORLEANS) – The Greater New Orleans Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) named Marc A. Barnes, vice president of advancement for Dillard University, the ...

Clark Atlanta University Announces Major Financial Services, Literacy Initiative

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) President Carlton E. Brown this month announced that the University this fall will partner with Operation HOPE to launch the Initiative for Entrepreneurial...

CSU Trustee Named One of 2015 Most Influential Black Lawyers

Congratulations to Central State University Trustee Mark Hatcher, who has been named one of Savoy Magazine's 2015 Most Influential Black Lawyers. Hatcher is a partner with the...

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