So, it looks like you may not join the fraternity or sorority of your choice in college. Whether the reason is something beyond your control or you choose to hold off until you graduate, you are in the same boat [...]Read more
If you've ever stomped the yard at Howard, strolled at Spelman or cheered in the stands at a FAMU football game, you already know that attending one of our nation's 100 historically black colleges and universities is more than an academic experience. The spirit and camaraderie of black college living is a lifestyle - the HBCU lifestyle! HBCULifestyle.com is committed to keeping you connected to the black college living experience, bringing you the latest news on everything, from scholarships and dorm living to Greek life and alumni giving.
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Last year, we had the pleasure of partnering with the Soul Train Cruise on a unique fundraising promotion geared toward our HBCU alumni groups and other Black organizations. We are happy to once again get “on-board” for the 2015 voyage. [...]Read more
The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship Program, has been designed to solve the financial problems students face in regard to college education. The program offers up to $180,000 financial aid along with a lot of other benefits. The program [...]Read more
The organizers of the 2014 HBCUstory Symposium, scheduled Oct. 24 & 25, are excited to announce that Dr. Johnnetta Betsch Cole, director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art (NMAfA), and Dr. Ivory A. Toldson, deputy director of the [...]Read more
U.S. News has recently announced its annual rankings of nation’s best colleges and universities. Like always, among other ranking list, the magazine has included a list of best Historically Black Colleges and Universities. To qualify for the U.S. News HBCU [...]Read more
Episode 14 of the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast introduces the new host and HBCU Lifestyle contributor, Eddie Francis. This edition features interviews Felecia Commodore and Dr. Charlie Nelms. The podcast also highlights recent HBCU news from HBCU Lifestyle. The Value of Black [...]Read more
Independent news magazine-Washington Monthly has recently released its annual Liberal Arts College Rankings list. Known for its unique standard and methodology, the magazine evaluates and ranks colleges in the Unites States based on their contribution to the public good in [...]Read more
Stacey Franklin Jones, a management and technology partnerships consultant with extensive higher education leadership experience, has been elected Chancellor of Elizabeth City State University by the Board of Governors of the 17-campus University of North Carolina. UNC President Tom Ross [...]Read more
Thousands of students from Sacramento, the East Bay and San Francisco Bay Area, the Central Valley and the Inland Empire will gather at churches schools, and community centers, to explore the possibilities of attending college at one of the United [...]Read more
It is no secret that HBCUs have produced many great professionals in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Time and again support for HBCU programs has come in from many corporate, government and non-profit organizations, especially for HBCU Engineering Programs. [...]Read more
The SAT and the ACT are standardized college admission tests. The former assesses college readiness by testing mathematical reasoning, writing skills, and critical reading, whereas, latter is an achievement test measuring what a student has learned in the school.If you [...]Read more