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NCAT's Taylor Marshall Discusses HBCU Mental Health Advocacy Campaign "Not Just a Smile"

Second COVID Stimulus Awards More Than $1.9 Billion to HBCUs in Loan Forgiveness, Recovery Support

A Holiday Wish List for the HBCU Community

On HBCU Presence in the White House, Biden-Harris Administration Faces Unusual Foe in Bill Clinton

HBCUs Should Be Careful Not to Mess Up MacKenzie Scott's Money Before it Arrives

HBCU Athletes Sue NCAA Over Academic Progress Disparities

Dominion Energy Executives Talk $25 Million HBCU Promise

Anna Reilly and Matt Cullinan Discuss Historic $1.7 Million Gift to Winston-Salem State

Will Former UNC Board Member Darrell Allison be the Next Chancellor of Fayetteville State?

Virginia State Alumna Del. Lashrecse Aird Passes Nation's First 'Breonna Taylor' Bill

Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott Single-Handedly Shatters All-Time HBCU Philanthropy Support Record With More Than $500 Million in Donations

Howard's Maia Regman Talks Career Building as a Social Influencer

Exclusive: An Interview with Hampton President William R. Harvey

Hampton President William Harvey Announces Retirement

HBCU PARTNERS Act Requires More Than Plans to Make for Successful Federal Engagement

Maryland Lawmakers to Reintroduce $577 Million Bill to Settle Federal HBCU Discrimination Lawsuit

What a Difference a President Makes at Morehouse

Dillard Breaks Giving Tuesday Fundraising Record

Benedict, Denmark Tech Removed from Accreditation Probation

Dominion Energy Gives $25 Million to 11 HBCUs

Rep. Harold Love Jr. Discusses Legislative Review of Funding Withheld from Tennessee State

Digest After Dark - COVID, Presidential Retirements and Bottomless Mimosas

Hampton Alumna Rashida Jones Named MSNBC President, First African American to Head Major Cable Network

Lawmakers to Report on Millions Withheld from Tennessee State Over Decades in State Land Grant Funding

Xceleader Initiative Addresses HBCU Student Leadership

HBCU Presidents Discuss Financial Aid Funding Programs for Incarcerated Students

Alabama A&M President Andrew Hugine Announces Retirement

The Feds Still Need HBCUs to Finish Off This Pandemic, And They Ain't Working for Free

Delaware State President to Lead Biden-Harris Inaugural Committee

David Dinkins and the HBCU Art of Leadership Development

NCCU Study Reveals Picture of Food Access, Public Health Challenges in NC During COVID-19 Pandemic

Turner Sports Senior Vice President Tara August Talks Celebrity Golf Tourney Benefiting HBCUs

FAMU Police Department Receives Historic Accreditation

North Carolina A&T Receives Largest Corporate Gift in School History from Walmart

Delaware State to Open COVID Testing Laboratory

Dow Establishes $5 Million STEM Development Initiative at Five HBCUs

The HBCU Digest is Read in Nearly Every Country on Earth, Thanks to You!

Ohio State Professor Cynthia Colen on Research Suggesting HBCUs Better than PWIs on Health Outcomes for Black Students

Could Glenda Baskin Glover be the Next U.S. Secretary of Education?

Grambling State Announces Online Degree Program for Continuing Learners

Paine Leaders Discuss Accreditation, Partnership, and Faith

Digest After Dark - HBCUAnon

Howard Announces $1M Gift, Multi-Million Dollar Campaign to Support Women's Leadership Development

Prairie View A&M President Ruth J. Simmons Discusses $10 Million Anonymous Gift

Study - Black HBCU Students at Lower Risk of Long-Term Health Problems Than Those Attending Predominantly White Institutions

Allen Returns to the SIAC

Biden-Harris Administration Must Make HBCUs Center of Education Platform

Howard Alumna, NIH Genomic Medicine Program Director Ebony Madden

Bipartisan Senate Bill Looks to Create 10 HBCU Minority Business Development Centers

Photos: HBCU Alumni Face-Off Against Pro-Trump Demonstrators in Detroit

Who's Hiring HBCU Graduates? Norfolk State-Netflix Launch Engineering Bootcamp

The 2020 HBCU Honors

Jackson State Sonic Boom of the South Director Roderick Little

How Will Public Health Redefine HBCU Leadership?

NCCU's Jazmyne Abney, Jarvis Hall Talk Election 2020 in North Carolina

Grambling Features One Program, Lowest Enrollment in UL System's 'Compete LA' Initiative

When Donald Trump Brags About His Record on HBCUs, Here's What He Means

Human Rights Campaign's Leslie Hall Discusses Black College LGBTQ 'Out Loud Day'

Digest After Dark - Did Y'all Watch That Last Debate?

Hampton Announces Virtual Instruction for Spring 2021 Semester

Morgan Stanley Gives $12 Million to Howard, Morehouse, and Spelman

Who's Hiring HBCU Graduates?

Tougaloo College President Carmen J. Walters and President Emerita Beverly Wade Hogan

Some HBCUs See COVID-19 Infection Increases

Tougaloo Receives Largest Individual Donation in School History

Saint Augustine's President Irving McPhail Dies

Entrepreneur, HBCU Philanthropist Nicholas Perkins

Virginia State Launches Institute to Diversify Political Candidates, Elected Officials Across the Commonwealth

Will Florida Memorial COVID-19 Controversy Make HBCUs Stand Back and Stand By on Spring Sports?

Trump Executive Order Could Make HBCUs Ineligible for Nearly All Federal Funding

Digest After Dark - Did Y'all Forget There Are Two Semesters?

HBCUs Must Become National Hubs for Workforce Development Partnerships

Southern Raises More than $5 Million in a Single Day

Reports: Florida Memorial Facing COVID-19 Outbreak

Pro Basketball Player Chris Wright Endows Scholarship at Wilberforce

The Catch-22 of Celebrating HBCU COVID-19 Response

How Howard Became the Only HBCU on US News & World Report’s Top 100 List

Voorhees Receives $6 Million Teacher Training Grant

The 2020 HBCU Honors

Nominate for the 2020 HBCU Honors

How FAMU is Helping to Support Black Farmers Throughout Florida

HBCUs Left Out of Disastrous Presidential Debate

Shorter Receives $13 Million Federal Entrepreneurial Development Grant

Now is the Time for HBCU Think Tanks

NBA All-Star Chris Paul Enrolled at Winston-Salem State

Southern to Serve on NASA Team Supporting Next Manned Mission to Outer Space

Alpha Kappa Alpha Raises $1 Million in Single Day to Support HBCUs for Third Consecutive Year

Lincoln Moves From Firing President to Five-Year Extension

Deion Sanders to Jackson State: A Battle Between What to Believe and What We Know

Digest After Dark - Y'all Really Hype Over These Rankings?

IBM Announces $100 Million Investment in Black Colleges, Benedict Gets National Air Time, and HBCU Students Selected for Prestigious Sports Internship

Trump Says He Encouraged Increased COVID-19 Infection Testing at HBCUs

UDC, Texas Southern Law Schools Classified as Compliant With American Bar Association Standards

Johnson C. Smith Announces eSports Career Development Partnership with Global Gaming Company

Why is Winning Not Enough for FAMU?

Doug Williams Outs Peyton Manning as Anonymous HBCU Donor

Are HBCUs Ready for Life After the Apocalypse?

Analysis Shows Why HBCUs Deserve So Much More from the NCAA

Letter to the Editor: Langston Made The Best of a Bad Situation

Digest After Dark - Y'all Taking That Vaccine or Nah?

Did Oklahoma State Just Steal Langston's Satellite Campus in Tulsa?

Three Donors Collectively Give More than $380 Million to HBCUs, Set Pace for 2020 as Greatest Single Year of Black College Philanthropy in U.S. History

Enrollment Trending Positively for Some HBCUs During COVID-19 Pandemic

Bethune-Cookman, Tennessee State Removed from Accreditation Sanction; Saint Augustine's Placed on Warning

Presidents of Dillard, Xavier Participating in COVID-19 Vaccine Trials

Call for Separation of Maryland HBCUs From State System Could Be Endorsement of Inequity

Jackson State Alum is Braintrust Behind NPR's 'Tiny Desk' Concert Series

BlueCross BlueShield Donates $6.4 Million to South Carolina Private HBCUs

Chadwick Boseman: Mourning an HBCU Superhero

The Democratic, Republican National Conventions Missed the Mark on HBCUs, and Black America Let It Slide

Dept. of Education Issues New Distance Learning Guidelines; What Does it Mean for HBCUs?

Virginia State Announces Shift to Online Learning

Jarvis Christian Students Win COVID-19 Response Grant from Clinton Global Initiative

Kevin Rome Out as Fisk President

Morehouse Benefactor Robert Smith at Center of Federal Tax Evasion Probe and Students Just Won't Socially Distance on Campus

Student Gatherings Prompt Warning of Campus Closure at Kentucky State

Virginia State Offers HBCU History Course

Will a Bet on Athletics Save or Sink Bluefield State?

UNC-Chapel Hill Abandons On-Campus Instruction; Will HBCUs Follow?

Deion Sanders Earns Degree From Talladega

Edward Waters President Receives Contract Extension

Hampton Sues Pharmacy Accreditor

Digest After Dark - Y'all Know Fisk Ain't Having It

Lincoln (Mo.) Surpasses Fundraising Goal By $1 Million

What We've Learned So Far From Returning to Campus

Kamala Harris Then and Now: An HBCU Perspective

Fisk President Placed on Leave, Vann Newkirk Named Acting President

HBCUs and the Humanity of Black Women

Fisk President Denies Affair, Drugs and Assault Allegations Made in Protective Order

Data Shows 47% of All Four-Year HBCUs Have Financial Stress Symptoms Which Could Lead to Closure

HBCUs 100% Below Federal Student Loan Default Rate for Fourth Consecutive Year

HBCU Tennis Icon Robert Ryland Dies

North Carolina A&T, Prairie View A&M Part of $10 Million National Agricultural Sciences Research Initiative

Digest After Dark - So Y'all Think You Can Stop Them From Having The Sex?

A Path Forward for Paine College

White House HBCU Advisory Board Chair: "Bad Things We Were Predicting 10 Years Ago are Happening Now."

Presidential Commentary: Black Women and the HBCUs That Trained Them Will Not Be Denied by Ambition Politics

Don't Forget -- Savannah State is Still in Trouble

What the HBCU Community Will Miss Most About John Lewis

Why Elite HBCUs Get Elite Gifts

Billionaire Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott Gives Estimated $160 Million to HBCUs

Between Brenda Allen and the Lincoln Board, One Gotta Go

HBO Endows $1 Million Scholarship at Howard

Apple Launches National HBCU Tech Development Network

UNC System Chancellor Search Process Overhaul Has Been Piloted on HBCUs For Years

Georgia Public HBCU Presidents Divided on Fall Return to On-Campus Instruction

Letter to the Editor: Why Lincoln Alumni Requested Help from the Pennsylvania Attorney General

HBCU Alumni, Former 'Survivor' Cast Members Call for More Racial Equity in Reality Television

Kentucky State President Blasts Athletic Executives' Professional Group for Lack of Racial Representation

Morehouse, Clark Atlanta Presidents Discuss Fall Online Learning Plans, SWAC Suspends Fall Sports Competition, and Pennsylvania's Attorney General is Not the Hero Lincoln Supporters are Waiting For

For the SWAC, it Should Never Be a Question of White Wealth Over Black Health

BREAKING: AUC Announces Online-Exclusive Fall Semester

What If HBCUs Cut Football, and What the Changing Landscape of Accreditation Means for Black Colleges

SIAC Commissioner Gregory Moore, U of Kentucky Men's Basketball Coach John Calipari

Trump-ism is Coming to an HBCU Near You, and Paul Quinn President Talks Pandemic Strategic Planning

Exclusive: An Interview with Maryland HBCU Lawsuit Lead Attorney Michael D. Jones

Lincoln, St. Aug's Go Old School with Haphazard Presidential Actions

How the CIAA, SIAC Put the NCAA On the Clock to Protect Black Athletes, Paul Quinn Goes Digital for the Fall, and Delaware State to Buy Another College

List of HBCU Re-Opening Plans

Howard Makes Historic Bond Sale, CIAA Considers Fall Sports Move, Hampton Alumna Cast as 'Batwoman,' and More HBCUs Reveal Re-Opening Plans

Could New Immigration Rule Deport Hundreds of HBCU International Students?

Howard Lands a Five-Star Basketball Recruit, Southern Expands Medical Marijuana Enterprise, and Former President Arrested for Prostitution Sues for a Job

Two HBCUs Announce Online-Only Fall Semester, LeMoyne-Owen Receives $40 Million Endowment Gift, and Saint Augustine's Offers Details on George Williams Firing

Just When You Thought the Saint Augustine's Board Couldn't Get Any Dumber, Claflin Announces $1.2 Million Partnership with Zoom, and the AUC Reveals Plans for Fall Re-Opening

A Tale of Two Yards: 2019-2020 HBCU Leadership Hirings, Firings, and Resignations

Show That Black Lives Matter by Funding Maryland’s HBCUs

NC Extends Tuition Rebate Program, Jackson State to Develop Coronavirus Rapid Detection Test, and the MEAC Lost $1.8 Million Between 2017-18

How White Privilege, Politics and Public Health Are Deciding the Fate of HBCUs

Pennsylvania's Moves On Cheyney Just Got a Little Bit Tougher, and Cynthia Jackson-Hammond's Last Big Win in Ohio

Should HBCU Students Take Up Mask Wearing as a Social Justice Movement, Delaware State Raises $1M in Student Support Funding and Hampton Releases Re-Opening Roadmap

Coronavirus Claims HBCU Football Classics, Homecomings; White House HBCU Week Goes Virtual, and Will Racial Tensions Prime Texas A&M System to Sabotage Prairie View A&M Enrollment?

A Call For Freedom From Behind the Mask

Morehouse, Spelman Presidents Discuss $120 Million Gift

Kentucky HBCUs Announce Social Justice Initiatives, Tuition Discounting Could Harm Private HBCUs, and Paul Quinn Announces COVID-19 Testing, Food Distribution Program

Delaware State Looks to Buy Another College, Cheyney Leads Pennsylvania in Projected Fall Enrollment, and Alabama State to Do Away with Confederate Symbols

HBCUs Are Not Cover for Trump's Cowering From Racial Tensions

Should Hampton Fire William Harvey, and Morgan State Releases Fall Re-Opening Plan

Three Things HBCU Presidents Can Do To Lead Culture Change in Criminal Justice Reform

FAMU Announces Move to the SWAC and Debuts Fall Campus Reopening Plan, and Former Saint Augustine's President Says Coronavirus Demands a New HBCU Model

How FAMU to the SWAC Boosts the CIAA, and How Alumni Could Play a Critical Role in HBCU Student Recruitment During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Paine Accreditation Formally Revoked, History-Making Sportscaster Ron Pinkney Dies, Texas Southern Keeps Up Attacks on Former President, and Spelman President Calls for AUC-Atlanta PD Partnership

What HBCU Presidents Are Saying About the George Floyd Murder, Protests

George Floyd Murder Shows Black Life is Stuck Between Impossible and Inevitable

Former Central State President to Lead National Accreditation Council, NC Central Basketball Coach Tweets Police Harassment Encounter, and Trump Vetoes Borrower Defense

Reopening HBCU Campuses -- It’s Bigger than Football

Will the Trump Administration Help HBCUs Survive the Cost of Coronavirus?

The Case for Reopening HBCUs This Fall

Leadership in the Time of Coronavirus

The Death of Black Superheroes

Tennessee State Launches COVID-19 Academy, Hampton President Donates to Students, Morehouse Announces Budget Cuts, and a Harsh Look at HBCU Federal Contracting Prospects

No More Excuses For Black Celebrities to Ignore Real HBCU Issues, How a Lack of HBCU Students On Campus Will Impact the 2020 Elections, and Which SCSU Trustees Voted to Extend James Clark?

SC State Alumni Reveal Unanimous 'No Confidence' Vote in President James Clark

Tennessee State Announces Agriculture Full Scholarship Program, and You Won't Believe SCSU's Presidential Contraction Extension Announcement

White House Offers Guidance on HBCU Economic Development, Rust's New President and Following Up on Financial Exigency

Six Things to Consider About Larry Hogan's Veto of $577 Million in Maryland HBCU Funding

Here is a List of the Public HBCUs Most Likely to Declare Financial Exigency

Forthcoming Financial Vulnerability Report Will Require HBCUs to Get Out in Front of the Numbers

Should HBCUs Open in the Fall? - Submit Your Thoughts

Central State’s Outgoing and Incoming Presidents Talk Transition and Coronavirus Response

Dillard Alum Wins Pulitzer Prize, and What if HBCU Students Don't Want to Learn Online?

Did Betsy DeVos Just Save Bethune-Cookman, Can HBCUs Share Expenses to Save Money, and D.C. Moves Closer to Supporting New Howard U Hospital

North Carolina A&T's Harold Martin Talks Reopening Campus in the Fall, and Virginia State's Makola Abdullah Talks HBCUs as a Coronavirus Response Weapon

HBCU Free Laptop Deals a Necessity in COVID-19 Recruitment Wars, and Presidents 'Don't Rush'

National HBCU Commencement Celebration Revealed for May 16

North Carolina A&T to Dissolve National Alumni Association

Guest Editorial: How I Transitioned My College Algebra Course to Digital Platforms

Will Louisiana Use Coronavirus to Shut Down the Southern System, and St. Augustine's Board Launches Investigation of Itself

HBCU Land Grant Presidents Propose Coronavirus Response Funding Plan, Florida A&M Launches Coronavirus Testing Site, and HBCUs Receive $2.1 Million in Federal Civil Rights Preservation Grants

Former San Antonio Mayor Headlines Rust Presidential Finalists and a Morgan State Survey Reveals Scope of Citizen Discontent with Police

Saint Augustine's Vice President Alleges School President, Board Members Attempted to Change Meeting Minutes to Mislead Accreditor

Meharry is Developing Coronavirus Anti-Viral Treatment, Harris-Stowe Names New President and Federal Court Upholds Paine Accreditation Removal

The Magic of LeMoyne-Owen, a New Interim at West Va. State, NC Central Supports COVID-19 Response and a Historic Grant for North Carolina A&T

Surveys Show Increasing Number From HBCU Potential Student Pool Rethinking Attending College This Fall

Here’s a List of How Much Federal Coronavirus Stimulus Funding Each HBCU Will Receive

Tennessee State Grad Becomes a Capitol Hill Star via Conference Call, Are HBCU Faculty Getting Meaner Online and Hampton Alumni Virtual Party Raises Money for Students

Could a New Report Accelerate HBCU Closures?

Earl Graves' Greatest Investment

SACSCOC President Belle Wheelan and Morehouse President David Thomas

The Coronavirus Crisis Ahead for Rural HBCUs

Arguing with Kappas, Howard's President Talks Coronavirus, and the Return of Digest After Dark

HBCUs Should Encourage Student Activists, NCCU Nurses Respond to Coronavirus, and Landmark COVID-19 Legislation with Big Support for HBCUs

Leading With Faith: Inside Wiley's Decision to Become the First HBCU to Close in Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic

LISTEN: How Delaware State Built Its Distance Learning Program and FAMU's Role in Florida's Coronavirus Outreach Efforts

Presidential Opinion - The Airport is Closed

How Will HBCUs Survive in a Post-Coronavirus World? Five Questions to Consider

White House Guidance on HBCU Engagement, NCAT Students Cry Foul on Campus Police, Benedict President on Breakfast Club, and a Bailout for Bethune-Cookman

Morgan State President is Facebook Famous and How Much Will the Maryland HBCU Bill Actually Help?

St. Aug's Names Second Interim President, Coronavirus Claims Most of Spring Semester, and a Bigger Picture of Foolishness at Texas Southern

HBCU Coronavirus Updates Thread

Texas Southern Regent Resigns, Morgan State Suspends International Travel, and When is David Beckley Leaving Rust?

Snacks is the HBCU Lizzo, Miles' New President, Assessing Damage at Tennessee State, and the Trouble With HBCU Diversity

Why Austin Lane Got Fired, Willie Deese Gets a College, A Critique of the 'State of the HBCU,' and Morehouse is a Money Machine

Walter Kimbrough Has Something to Say, Uncle Joe Runs the Table and Wilberforce Gets a $10 Million Investment

CIAA Bids Farewell to Charlotte, HBCUs and Coronavirus, and a FAMU Student Defends Donald Trump

HBCU Enrollment Dropped to 17-Year Low in 2018, Time to Stop Hating on Paul Quinn, and Examining the HBCU Public Relations Narrative

Maryland HBCU Advocates Press for Lawsuit Resolution, Threats Piling Up Against Savannah State, and Florida's Governor is Falling in Love with FAMU

Katherine Johnson Dies, Tuskegee's Lost Tapes, and the State of Bethune-Cookman U.

Austin Lane to Jackson State Rumor Mill, Beyonce's HBCU Church Service, and HBCU Faculty, Alumni Call Out States for Underfunding

New Look HBCU Digest

HBCU Voices of STEM Excellence - Understanding Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

Digest After Dark - Y'all See What Happened at Jackson State?

Carter Commentary on UNCF Causes More Harm Than Help for the HBCU Sector

Second Letter Reveals Former Saint Aug's Vice-President Warned Trustees of Accreditation Violations

Saint Augustine's General Counsel Resigned Warning Trustees of Multiple Accreditation Violations

Reading Between the Lines on Texas Southern Firing President Austin Lane

North Carolina A&T Alum, Former Pharma Executive Willie Deese