Jackson State Athletics has earned the N4A program certification; becoming the 1st in the SWAC and only the 3rd HBCU to achieve the designation.
Alabama State alumna Eartha Dunston has earned an award for her children’s book that celebrates a young girl’s ever-changing natural hair texture and styles.
The HBCU Lifestyle Podcast welcomed Dr. Synthia Saint James who whose claims to fame include the first Kwanzaa stamp and the “Waiting to Exhale” book cover.
HBCU college tours are the best ways for high school and community college students to witness the Black College experience first hand. See our tours list.
As a young professional, I have implemented four major lessons my HBCU taught to me to succeed in my everyday life and career.
Nate Parker Summer Film Institute is a ten-day seminar hosted by the Nate Parker Foundation & Wiley College to promote diversity in the film industry.
The HBCU Homecoming event is one of the best parts of the Black College experience for students, faculty, and alumni. See our list of dates to attend.
Christina Epps is Rio bound after placing second at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for the women’s Triple Jump at the historic Hayward Field in Eugene, OR.