Many HBCUs are implementing new and innovative programs to combat the issues that shape the communities from which a majority of their students come.
Throughout history, HBCUs have collaborated with under-resourced communities to address economic issues. Learn what HBCUs are doing in the community today.
A common narrative shared among the popular press and social media is the declining student enrollment among Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). However, for many HBCUs, not only has the 2015 academic year brought an increase in the number of student applications, but some of the largest freshmen classes in years. Increases in both […]
The April 2015 edition takes a look at maximizing internship opportunities, HBCUs and sustainability, and grabbing big dollars from the biggest name in professional golf. HOW WE LIVE T’Edra Jackson is a graduating senior at Paul Quinn College and she has a great job waiting for her at J.C. Penney. Her great fortune started with […]
Recently, Senator Barbara Boxer of California announced that in 2016 she would be retiring after holding her Senate seat since 1992. One of the first people to announce making a run for Boxer’s seat was California Attorney General Kamala Harris. As California is a powerful and influential state and Harris is a rising star, the […]
Over the last couple of weeks, the higher education community has been discussing, reflecting, and processing the recent announcement of Spelman College President Beverly Daniel Tatum’s pending retirement. President Tatum gained the respect of her colleagues, her students, and those outside of the world of higher education during her tenure as president of Spelman. She […]
On March 21st, H.O.P.E will travel to Paul Quinn College for their HOPE Tour and host their “Life After Graduation” panel discussion. The purpose of the tour is to engage college students about the importance of preserving their institutions, following their dreams and applying for scholarships. The distinguished panel will consist of Attorney at Law […]
Located in Dallas, Texas, Paul Quinn College recently unveiled a new link in the powerful chain of HBCUs. The Center for Fundraising and Philanthropy has been designed to support, encourage and forge new ground in its’ namesake subjects. About the Fundraising and Philanthropy Center At Paul Quinn College, you can find the Center in the […]