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.
From Football to Bands: Get Top HBCU Rankings News
Choosing the right historically black college or university to attend is influenced by more than simply which schools have exciting social lives. Indeed, the most savvy students are most concerned with HBCU rankings – a variety of measures of just how academically sound a school is.
A historically black college or university’s quality level can be reflected so many ways – for example, what rate of students graduate in four years? How many freshmen drop out each year? What are the class sizes and what is the student/ teacher ratio? With so many factors, how can you make the best choice? This is where HBCU rankings come in. Evaluations from different websites, magazines and other academic sources can help you better understand what each school offers and how it fits in with your academic plans.
Check out our many Top 10 lists and articles and get the insider knowledge on which HBCUs are the most elite in your field of pursuit.
Ten HBCU Departments of Social Work have been recognized as the most affordable accredited Master of Social Work (MSW) degree programs in the country by bestsocialworkprograms.com, ranking among 50 selected social work programs in the eastern United States. To determine the rankings, accredited Council on Social Work Education programs were evaluated on data regarding graduate […]
The Hampton University Graduate College has been named one of the 2016 Best Graduate Schools in America by Gradschoolhub.com. Factors weighed to determine the top 50 Graduate Schools in the country included class size, level of degree awarded, prestige of the faculty, and program rankings. “The Hampton University Graduate College offers a wide range of […]
The Black male teacher pipeline (PreK-12) is in need of repair. While the nation continues to educate an increasingly diverse student population, retaining Black males teachers has reached a tipping point. Nationally, no more than two percent of public school teachers are Black males. The percentage pales in comparison to the overall number of teachers […]
College football in one of the most exciting times of the year for sports fans across the nation. The 2015 Black College Football season did not disappoint with several historical events occurring throughout the fall. In the SIAC Conference the Tuskegee Golden Tigers (10-3) recorded their best finish in school history, reaching the quarterfinals – […]
For the fifth consecutive year, Benedict College has been ranked as one of the nation’s best Baccalaureate Institutions by Washington Monthly magazine in its September/October issue. This year, Benedict College is ranked No. 16 in the listing. The rankings are based on three broad categories: “social mobility” (recruiting and graduating low-income students); “research” (producing cutting-edge […]
A national travel survey reveals that Jackson State University (JSU) is the most “Instagrammed” location in Mississippi, topping other universities and entities in the Magnolia state. Comparatively, the Grand Canyon rakes in the highest numbers for Arizona; Disneyland for California; South Beach for Florida; Wrigley Field for Illinois; Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indiana; the Vegas […]
Nursing being among the fastest growing fields and having a robust job market, it is very attractive to those in search of a first or new career. While there is an abundance of exceptional nursing schools in the United States, there are some that manage to distinguish themselves from the pack. With that in mind, […]