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 Washington, D.C. About HBCUStory HBCUStory is an advocacy initiative dedicated to “preserving, presenting and promoting” […]
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 they saw fit, without any standards. The result would be a lot of students paying […]
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 potential and job security. There are currently four HBCUs which offer professional degrees in Veterinary […]
We’ve put together a list of some simple, fun and off-the-couch ways to pack as much interest as possible into your college summer break.
Setting off for a brand-new life at college is undeniably exciting. However, without a few plans in place, it can quickly turn into a nightmare! Here are our top 7 things to do before you go to college to make your transition as easy as possible. File Your Papers There are several important pieces of […]
Offering great news for both current and prospective students, Tuskegee University has just been named among the Top 10 schools in Best Return on Investment by Payscale.com. The list, which included 1,330 schools across the country, included just 29 four-year institutions in Alabama, making Tuskegee’s spot even more important. What is ROI? Return on Investment, […]
It’s time for the DC Metro Alumni HBCU 5k Run and Walk again! To increase awareness and education about the prevention of conditions like heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and cancer-the four leading causes of death in African Americans. The Washington, DC, Metro Historically Black Colleges and Universities Alumni Alliance, Inc. (DCHBCUAA) encourages all HBCU alumni, family […]
Students and faculty at the Hampton University School of Science are thrilled to announce that their school has been chosen to receive a $1 million grant. The grant is awarded by the National Science Foundation‘s HBCU Research Infrastructure in Science and Engineering foundation, also known as RISE. Hampton University will use the grant to construct […]