More than 1,500 first-year students were inducted during the 2017 freshman convocation in Kean Hall on the campus of Tennessee State University.
Since the early 1800s, Historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) were established to serve the educational needs of black Americans. Since then, HBCUs have continued to be a vital resource in the nation’s educational system and have made countless accomplishments to the advancement of their students, and the Nation at large.
6 Black History Books Every HBCU Student Should Read
Leverage these black history books to learn the truth about African history from master teachers who have dedicated their lives to black consciousness.
10 Powerful Black History Movies HBCU Students Should Watch
Black history movies depict the struggles and achievements of black Americans throughout history. Here are 10 great movies that no HBCU student should miss.
Shaw University Welcomes Record-breaking Freshman Class of 2020
Shaw University welcomed more than 600 new students to campus this Fall, setting a record for the largest freshman class in six years.
Howard University is the First HBCU to Partner with Under Armour
Howard University Athletics has entered into a groundbreaking partnership with Under Armour that includes exclusively designed sports apparel and accessories.
Savannah State Applies for Patent for Research Under NASA Grant
SSU has received approval from the US Patent Office for a process invented by an associate professor of marine and environmental sciences, and a graduate student.
HBCU History: 10 Black College Legends You Should Know
Grounded in the proud past, HBCU history is great. During the black history month, we bring to you a list of 10 black college legends that you should know.
Prairie View A&M University Celebrates 140 Years of Excellence
For 140 years, Prairie View A&M University has been a leader in serving underserved communities and has maintained a strict adherence to its founding principles of teaching, research and service. Prairie View A&M University is the second oldest public institution of higher education in Texas. On August 14, 1876, the Texas Legislature established the “Agricultural […]