College graduation rates offer valuable information for the prospective student. They indicate how many students enrolled at a particular college actually graduate from that college. While low college graduation rates aren't necessarily a negative sign, students often want to surround [...]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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The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) launches new nationwide campaign, “I Love My HBCU” Month, to honor Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and the pride that HBCU students, faculty, and alumni exemplify, TMCF President & CEO Johnny C. Taylor, [...]Read more
Psychology is one of the most rewarding career fields around, offering opportunities to help others both in large-scale scenarios and face-to-face counseling. An article in Black Issues in Higher Education named the five programs producing the most African-American psychology graduates [...]Read more
Some baby boomers, or individuals born in the years 1946 to 1965, are going back to college to complete a degree, stay competitive in the modern working environment, or simply improve their skills. They are what we call non-traditional students [...]Read more
During Black History Month, we celebrate the achievements, culture, and heritage of people of African descent. Most notably, we recognize those on whose shoulders we stand. As we bring Black History Month 2014 to a close, let’s take a look [...]Read more
In 1926, Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History declared that the second week of February would be Negro History Week. Woodson chose this week, in particular, because it contained the birthdays of [...]Read more
While college is an exciting prospect, some students may have more at stake than others. After all, they’re the first ones in their families who will potentially graduate from college. These students have a different view of college because there’s [...]Read more