Saint Augustine’s University’s HBCU Urban Access Hub will give community college students opportunities to transfer to SAU.
HBCU Education Programs: How to Pick a Major and More
You’ve chosen your HBCU – now it’s time to choose your major! HBCU educations programs come in a wide variety – from private, liberal focused to public with a focus on trades. Having so many options at your fingertips can be both amazing and intimidating. Our articles on HBCU education programs are here to help you make it through the maze.
Having a full view of the variety of HBCU education programs out there can provide guidance on careers you’ve been interested in and insight into ones you’ve never considered. For instance, maybea career in pharmacy has interested you – Howard University, in Washington DC, has an exceptional program. Maybe you’re interested in a very specialized degree, such as a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. We offer a list of HBCU education programs focused on just that degree.
Check back often for the latest news and updates on HBCU education programs as your academic and career goals expand!
Disney Storytellers Fund to Provide Stipends for Creative Student Projects
The Disney Storytellers Fund will provide stipends from $25,000 up to $60,000 to students, for projects focused on storytelling.
TSU Student Joseph Washington Receives Prestigious Grant
Joseph Washington becomes first TSU EMPA student to be awarded $15,000 grant by the Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation.
6 HBCUs Selected as Rhoden Fellows for ESPN’s Journalism Initiative
The Rhoden Fellows curriculum includes writing from various onsite events and contributing content published on the Andscape digital hub.
Morehouse Leads as #1 Producer of Black Male Doctorate Graduates
Morehouse College is the primary producer with 218 Black male doctorate graduates awarded a doctorate degree between 2010 and 2020.
WSSU Astrobotany Students Work with NASA on Space Crops Research
Winston-Salem State’s Astrobotany Lab is provides undergraduates with opportunities to shadow scientists at the Kennedy Space Center.
Tuskegee Engineering Students Win Awards at AMIE Design Challenge
The AMIE Design Challenge invites student teams from HBCU Schools of Engineering to present solutions to specified design problems.
Kauryn Datcher Receives Internship With Sandia National Labs
Kauryn Datcher, a sophomore at Talladega College, was selected to participate in the Sandia National Labs Start HBCU Program.