Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is launching a new Public Service Program in partnership with HBCUs, Howard University, and the University of the District of Columbia.
A new law signed by California Governor Gavin Newsom will allow community college students in the state who transfer to an HBCU a one-time grant of up to $5,000.
Delaware State University is recognized as one of nineteen HBCU Fullbright schools for higher learning education.
Fort Valley State University has partnered with the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy to help support students and future pharmacists through their new “3 + 4” program, which allows students to gain an earlier start in the pharmaceutical industry.
Houston radio legend Mad Hatta is giving back to his community in a big way by is donating $1,000 each in scholarship money to ten students at Texas Southern University.
Clinton College is working toward diversifying the STEM field through its new scholarships and STEM programs.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Clean Energy Education Prize, a competition designed to help HBCUs develop programming to strengthen the participation of K-12 and community college students in STEM fields.
Virginia State University (VSU) SGA President Yania Campbell and Vice President Aaliyah Duh end their term by launching an annual funded fellowship to Ghana, West Africa
The Memphis City Council has created a $1 million scholarship fund for students from Memphis and Shelby County planning to attend a HBCU.
Hampton University has entered into a collaborative partnership with Yale University, which has created a new scholarship program called the Pennington Fellowship.
Black Girl Ventures has launched The BGV NextGen Program, an 8-week accelerator program created for the next generation of Black and Brown entrepreneurs attending HBCUs nationally.
The National Bankers Community Alliance (NBCA), which is powered by the National Bankers Association (NBA), has recently created an advanced new financial wellness pilot program to ensure that minority communities are actively developing healthy financial habits.
On Friday, the Andrew Young HBCU Scholarship Program was announced to help students attending HBCUs to continue their education.
HBCU student and alumni-founded businesses are now able to access potential investors through the new HBCU Founders Initiative Look Book.
Alabama A&M University and SAIC have partnered to award two incoming freshmen a a $100,000 scholarship fund
Benedict College and Fresno Unified School District have partnered to launch a program that will allow students to earn 12 college credits to an HBCU by taking virtual classes.
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