Coppin State University, a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) serving nearly 4,000 students, has partnered with Pearson to launch the university’s first…
We have put together a list of essential mobile apps for college students that range from free to very inexpensive. These apps will help students get an edge with organization, productivity skills, as well as save money. Mobile devices have drastically changed the way students learn today and tools like these allow them to be more efficient than ever.
The national events of bullying by students and the antibullying prevention efforts there is a growing awareness that students are taking responsibility for their learning and standing up for the empowerment of education. October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, education is the key and role models are needed as a guide to students. My […]
Morris Brown College has transferred $500,000 to the federal government to pay off a $10-million debt, according to a press release by the college. The historically black college—which reached a settlement in April with the U.S. Dept. of Education to relinquish the millions of dollars of unused financial aid given to the school—made the payment […]
Orangeburg, SC (WLTX) – South Carolina State University has been named to Forbes Magazine’s list of America’s best undergraduate institutions. The business magazine made their rankings based on data prepared by the Center for College Affordability and Productivity. The creators of the survey said they ranked the schools based on “quality of teaching, great career prospects, and graduation […]
Source: Schools.com by by Loreal Lynch It’s no surprise that students are obsessed with their mobile devices. What may come as a surprise, though, is the fact that these digital devices may someday replace textbooks all together—and it may be sooner than we think! South Korea recently announced that by the year 2015, all paper […]
Source: by Anthony Dean (JACKSON, Miss.) – Jackson State University has been ranked the No. 2 school in the country when it comes to educating African-American teachers. The ranking is consistent with the university’s ongoing standing, where it has been either No. 1 or No. 2 since 2005. The annual ranking was published in Diverse […]
Source: Baystatebanner.com By Kenneth J. Cooper A dozen historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have formed a consortium to help rebuild the earthquake-damaged State University of Haiti, the Caribbean country’s largest institution of higher education. Led by Florida A & M University, the consortium hopes to raise $12 million to construct a classroom building equipped […]