Dr. Walter Kimbrough joins the podcast to discuss his Washington Post letter about enrollment increases at HBCUs, safe spaces, and trigger warnings.
Student enrollment at Lincoln University increased four percent since the previous year highlighting increased recruitment and outreach efforts at the nation’s first degree-granting Historically Black College & University (HBCU), university officials report. Nationally, many institutions are facing stagnant and declining enrollment. Since 2010, enrollment at Lincoln had steadily declined from 2,361 students to 1,819 students […]
A study from Kentucky State University’s Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness has revealed a 38 percent increase in the University’s retention. The recently published 2014-2015 retention rate of 60.2 percent is KSU’s highest in 10 years. Retention rate is calculated as percent of first-time, full-time bachelor degree-seeking (Cohort) students who enrolled in previous fall […]