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Shaw University Reopens Campus Mosque

Shaw University reopened its campus mosque to worshippers after closing it during the COVID-19 pandemic, The News & Observer reported...
Student reviewing specimens in cell-culture dish

How the Farm Bill Can Address Historic Underfunding of HBCU Land-Grants

Historically Black land-grant universities have been underfunded for years, but advocates and administrators say Congress could use the farm bill to change that.

Phylicia Rashad to Leave Howard University

Phylicia Rashad, an award-winning actress famous for her role on The Cosby Show , plans to step down as dean...
Three students walk past a plaque on a brick wall that reads "Morehouse College, founded 1867."

As Affirmative Action Ends, HBCUs Wait or Plan for the Fallout

Some leaders of historically Black colleges and universities expect the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action to bring a flood of applicants to their institutions. They’re not sure they’re ready.

Morgan State Investigates Professor Who Solicited Jeffrey Epstein Donation

An associate professor of math at Morgan State University is being investigated by the historically Black university after he asked...

Binghamton and HBCUs Launch Research Alliance

Binghamton University, part of the State University of New York system, and six historically Black colleges and universities have launched...
Harry Williams, CEO of TMCF, stands with Patricia Sims, president of Drake State Community & Technical College, and Kemba Chambers, president of Trenholm State Community College. All three Black leaders are smiling.

A ‘Perfect Marriage’

A group of historically Black community colleges is joining the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. Leaders of the often-overlooked institutions say the move will bring them new and much-needed resources.

Navajo Technical University president Elmer Guy and Wafa Hozien, university academic administrator, stand together smiling at a campus event celebrating the new Ph.D. program. Both are wearing colorful Native prints.

A New Ph.D. Program Fulfills an Old Dream

Navajo Technical University will become the first tribal university to offer a Ph.D. program this fall. Tribal college and university leaders are celebrating the move.