Sunday, August 18, 2019

Tag: higher education

Twenty-Five Percent of HBCU’s Student Body Is...

In 2014, the North Carolina Senate unanimously moved to remove a budget provision that would have given the state’s Board of Governors permission to...

Analysis: 75 Percent of Black Borrowers Who...

Nearly 50 percent of Black student borrowers who started undergrad between 2003-2004 defaulted on at least one of their loans within 12 years, according...

Is the Cost of College Making it...

In 1940 less than two percent of African-Americans graduated from college. By 2016 that number had risen to nearly 30 percent.  That increase should be...

Did Trump Bamboozle HBCU Presidents? His Delay...

When President Donald Trump met with leaders from historically Black colleges and universities in February, it sparked a backlash. Students and alumni criticized the...

Louisiana Becomes First State to Ban Criminal-History...

Louisiana has become the first state to ban all of its public college and universities from asking admissions applicants about their criminal history. The legislation...

ACT/UNCF Survey Finds Many Black Students Are...

Education and training at higher education institutions are still the tickets to a high-paying job in America, but a new study has revealed Black students...

Are Rising Tuition Costs Another Way to...

Visionary, artist, musician and provocateur Tyree Harris discusses how surging tuition costs kill diversity. Harris at TEDxUOregon. Video by TED.

Believe It or Not: More Black Women...

In this Web series, Janks Morton uncovers the truth about the academic achievements of African-American women. Video by BlackandMarriedWithKids.com

‘Homecoming Weekend’ Important Book At Critical Time...

This weekend launched the time of year that hundreds of thousands of us look forward to almost as much as we do Christmas or...