Many HBCUs are implementing new and innovative programs to combat the issues that shape the communities from which a majority of their students come.
The Spelman College Glee Club will be joining Dance Theatre of Harlem for two live performances on Oct. 22 and Oct. 23 in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Spelman College has announced that a record-breaking 277 study students have traveled abroad to 18 countries during summer 2016.
College Choice has published its annual ranking of best Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). See the short list of top HBCUs.
The Coca-Cola Company on April 6th announced Helen Smith Price will be promoted to Vice President of Global Community Affairs for The Coca-Cola Company and President of The Coca-Cola Foundation.
The new curatorial studies program at Spelman College has been created to address a diversity gap in the museum industry, and to offer new opportunities for students to work in an expanding field.
Mamasa Camara, C’2015 is the first Spelman Gates Cambridge scholar, and the only African American and HBCU graduate among this year’s 35 U.S. scholarship recipients.
For the third year in a row, Howard University has appeared on the Peace Corps’ Volunteer list while Atlanta-area HBCUs make a dominant showing this year.