The love and pride of wearing authentic HBCU gear that is made "For Us, By Us" is always cherished. There's something about wearing HBCU apparel that can give you confidence and the feeling of being one with the HBCU family. [...]Read more
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Coming this fall, students, faculty and alumni will have a chance to hear from some of the finest minds in the HBCU community. The APLU (Association of Public & Land-grant Universities) will be hosting the second annual HBCUStory Symposium in [...]Read more
Standing for the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, NCATE accreditation is regarded as the gold standard when it comes to recognizing excellence in teacher education. Without organizations like the NCATE, schools would be able to offer any curriculum [...]Read more
A natural choice for animal lovers, Veterinary Medicine is an ideal way to turn your passion into a career. Lucrative and stable, the field of Veterinary Medicine is expected to remain an excellent career choice in terms of salary, growth [...]Read more
Over the last couple of weeks, the higher education community has been discussing, reflecting, and processing the recent announcement of Spelman College President Beverly Daniel Tatum’s pending retirement. President Tatum gained the respect of her colleagues, her students, and those [...]Read more
To create an awareness of Black Greek-Letter Organizations’ chapters’ and national organizations’ contributions to communities, I created a list of my top 10 news stories from Black Greek chapters from the first quarter of 2014. I am pleased to see [...]Read more
(BEIJING) – A delegation of presidents and senior administrators from eight American Historically Black Colleges & Universities signed an MOU on July 9th with the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE), China’s nationwide nonprofit organization conducting international educational exchanges [...]Read more
We’re excited to announce the 2014 HBCU Classics football schedule for all of the black college football fans and supporters everywhere. This year we have a new football classic to add our list. The first annual Bahamas HBCUX Classic will [...]Read more
Everyone needs a side hustle—you know: the money you earn outside of your primary source of income. If you’re a college student, your primary source of funds may come from your parents, loans, net checks or a part-time job—if you’re [...]Read more
Unsolicited Advice for Parents and Students from a Three-time University President As a university president, the annual ritual that I loved most was the opportunity to welcome new freshmen to campus. No matter how busy I was, I always made time [...]Read more