The MOU allows students in the LIFEE Program to take classes for academic credit and pursue any degree the college offers.
Latest Happenings at Historically Black Colleges and Universities
There are more than 100 historically black colleges and universities (also known as HBCUs) across the country, each born during a time when the doors of the nation’s most prestigious universities were firmly shut to minorities.
Years later, these schools stand tall as icons of minority higher education, producing some of the nation’s most successful black professionals. Historically black colleges and universities all have shared history and goals, but they’re far from the same – and keeping up with them can be a challenge.
Let HBCULifestyle be your guide to each of the nation’s unique historically black colleges and universities. We offer diverse news that’s fresh, accurate and keeps you up to date on your favorite black colleges. Make important academic decisions using our guides to HBCU rankings and top HBCU education programs. Gain inspiration from our features on HBCU alumni making a difference. Or find important dates for events at your favorite historically black colleges and universities.
News out of black colleges is as diverse as the schools themselves. Look to HBCU Lifestyle to keep you in the know.
The Pennington Fellowship will support 10 to 12 students in each college-bound cohort, with each student receiving up to $20k per year.
McDonald’s representatives presented a check for $17,992.26 as part of a special HBCU-branded deal launched in the McDonald’s App.
The TEAM-UP Together Scholarship program aims at doubling the number of African Americans earning bachelor’s degrees in physics and astronomy.
The HBCU Rankings 2023 list from U.S. News is out. Find out which HBCUs made the list of the top 25 and which ones did not.
The commissioning marked Christiaunna Kelley’s transformation to second lieutenant in the United States Army.
Gilliard’s scholarship is the second of two provided by Southern Company in conjunction with PROPEL and its partners this year.
In the years after St. Jude, Lauren raised money for the place that saved her life by designing clothes and selling tickets to a fashion show