Lincoln University is perched high on the hills above Missouri’s capital city, but the school is often overlooked by state government.… Read More
The Lincoln University Board of Curators have announced Michael Middleton as Interim President of Lincoln University. Middleton, who most recently served as Interim President of the University of Missouri System, will hold the position until a replacement for outgoing President Dr.… Read More
Kentucky State University’s faculty is divided on its confidence in the school’s board of trustees and its board chairman. Executive drama is not foreign to college campuses, and specifically HBCUs; but it is not everyday that a black college finds itself embroiled in controversy because of race-based tension.… Read More
Three years after earning state approval to offer an undergraduate degree in nursing, Lincoln University’s inaugural class of nurses has achieved perfection in earning professional licenses and employment following graduation.… Read More
What does an increase in enrollment mean exactly? For some, it means increased interest in a campus or its degree offerings.… Read More
Lincoln University of Missouri today announced the launch of a new master’s degree with an emphasis in leadership at historically black colleges and universities.… Read More
Several public historically black colleges have been named to a national pilot program which seeks to redefine the first-year experience for college students.
Fayetteville State University, Harris-Stowe State University, North Carolina Central University and Winston-Salem State University are all part of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ ‘Re-Imagining the First Year’ program, a three-year initiative designed to increase retention and graduation rates for freshmen and continuing education students through intervention and monitoring.
“We are honored for Harris-Stowe State University to be selected as one of 44 AASCU institutions to participate in the “Re-Imagine the First Year” project, which will help us continue to improve our graduation rates and augment overall student success,” said Harris-Stowe State President Dwaun Warmack. “As an urban HBCU we have been committed to providing access and higher educational opportunities for underserved students.… Read More