Don’t sleep on local and state elections. If you care about Historically Black Colleges, especially public HBCUs, you need to vote—for everything.
With the success of increased enrollment at many HBCUs, we cannot take for granted the greater responsibility this places on our institutional leadership.
In 2010, Nicole Ford left her corporate job to start Stepping in the Right Direction. Today, Ford is the responsible for year-round college tours.
Jazz Kelley dreamed of becoming a professional musician. Her passion for music led her to make history at Albany State University. Read her story.
From four decades as a faculty member and administrator and three-times as a University CEO Charlie Nelms shares his best tips for the Class of 2020.
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.