Graduate students benefit from attending institutions, which are cost effective, responsive to students needs, and provide a return on investment (ROI).
Savannah State University Alumna Tatia Adams Fox is driven to create her legacy and provide social intelligence techniques to the next generation with her School of New Etiquette.
As a young professional, I have implemented four major lessons my HBCU taught to me to succeed in my everyday life and career.
In episode 34 of the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast, Clark Atlanta University alumnus Kareem Taylor talks about becoming a successful voiceover artist and how to turn your dreams into a lucrative career.
Brian “B-Phraze” Frazier, a Tennessee State graduate followed his dreams and became one of the top songwriters in the 2015 John Lennon Songwriting Contest.
A common narrative shared among the popular press and social media is the declining student enrollment among Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). However, for many HBCUs, not only has the 2015 academic year brought an increase in the number of student applications, but some of the largest freshmen classes in years. Increases in both […]
After more than one hundred and fifty years of service to the Black community, HBCUs continue to be a critical link between high school and college.
As a stalwart advocate and supporter of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), I have been thinking a lot lately about what ails this sector of the academy and what can be done to enhance its relevance, responsiveness and competitiveness. Although both critics and supporters tend to write and speak about HBCUs as a monolithic […]