More and more students are attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) in America and as their number increases, so are their needs for professional and career development. Unlike with other institutions out there, the responsibilities of HBCUs don’t end when their students graduate. The current national trend shows a rapid increase in college tuition, […]
Black College Football fanatics are sure to enjoy the annual tradition of attending the 2012 Bank of America Atlanta Football Classic. This trademark event in the state of Georgia is one of the nation’s largest Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) football games. This year’s 24th annual classic will feature rivals Florida A&M University versus […]
If you’re considering attending Edward Waters College, you can be assured you’re making an excellent choice. Located in Jacksonville, Florida, Edward Waters is the oldest private college in the state. Even more impressive, Edward Waters is the very first African-American college in the state. Noble Beginnings The institution which would eventually become Edward Waters College […]
Ideal for students who are looking toward a career in any aspect of the business or fashion worlds, Macy’s internship program is a great way to experience first-hand the world of retail. Directed by big names in the industry and offered during the summer for easy scheduling, Macy’s internships offer several different options. Store Management […]
Elizabeth City State University (ECSU) is a public, historically black college, located in north-eastern North Carolina. ECSU has been selected by Washington Monthly Magazine as the best baccalaureate college in the nation when it comes to their contribution to public good. ECSU is 1st among 100 institutions in the baccalaureate category. The rankings are listed […]
Hilarious, relatable and reminiscent of the shows many of us watched back in the 90s, Fail is a college-themed comedy gem just about to hit it big. Available online, each short episode follows the adventures and misadventures of an unlikely group of college study buddies. In its second season, Fail has airs every Thursday exclusively […]
Leaving for college doesn’t only affect the students but also their parents. Here some tips for parents on how to coping with their anxiety.
You can just imagine the number of new friends and classmates you’ll know when you’re in college. You will be lucky to know some familiar faces from high school but other than them, you’re surrounded by strangers. With so many new acquaintances, how can you remember all their names? Many people find it difficult to […]