The Black College Expo features college admissions and scholarship opportunities for high school students considering attending Historically Black Colleges.
The top eight HBCU marching bands will perform at the 16th annual Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase in Atlanta on January 27, 2018.
The Morehouse College Board of Trustees unanimously voted to implement several leadership changes and reforms at the board and executive levels.
Former child genius Ronald McCullough Jr. graduates from Clark Atlanta University two years early with a STEM degree after entering college at 16 years old.
Fans can take pictures with the trophy, post them on social media with the hashtag of the trophy tour to win a VIP Experience at the Celebration Bowl.
The Point & Drive documentary directed by Brandi Mitchell depicts the positive impact of HBCU band culture and provides scholarships for summer band camp.
Alabama State University alumna Dr. Kenya N. Greer is known for bringing unique strategies to the classroom, making a major impact on the academic success of her students. Now, that reputation has garnered Greer the 2015-16 Teacher of the Year award for Fickett Elementary School in Atlanta, Georgia. “This award is an additional confirmation that […]
The Black College Football Hall of Fame (BCFHOF) announced its Class of 2016 on Tuesday, October 27th. Six inductees were selected from a list of 25 Finalists who had been determined earlier by the BCFHOF Selection Committee. The Class of 2016 includes Ken Burrough (Texas Southern University), Jethro Pugh (Elizabeth City State University), Otis Taylor (Prairie View A&M […]