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More than 1,500 first-year students were inducted during the 2017 freshman convocation in Kean Hall on the campus of Tennessee State University.
Shaw University welcomed more than 600 new students to campus this Fall, setting a record for the largest freshman class in six years.
The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) recently announced applications for fall 2016 admissions have increased by more than 30%.
A recent Moody’s Investor Services report predicts that the closure rates of small colleges and universities will triple in the coming years—and mergers will double. Moody’s defines small colleges and universities as private colleges with operating revenue below $100 million and public colleges below $200 million. This means as many as 15 institutions a year […]
Langston University is experiencing historic enrollment for the 2015-16 school year. Faculty and staff recently welcomed the largest freshman class in the history of the University. According to admissions data, it has more than 692 incoming freshmen, and this number continues to rise. With more than a 40 percent increase in the past several years, […]
The Greensboro News and Record recently reported that North Carolina A&T State University has taken the top position as the nation’s largest HBCU by student enrollment. According to preliminary fall enrollment numbers, North Carolina A&T which was second largest a year ago, has approximately 10,734 students on list this year. “It shows that the strategies put in […]
On a recent Friday afternoon, an employee of a university here, passing through the Student Center building, noticed a student he knew sitting in a lounge and called out, “Shalom, Abe.” The school is Morgan State University, a historically black institution in the northeast corner of the city; the employee is Donald Hill-Eley, a devout […]