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Savannah State Formally Announces NCAA Division I Departure

After nearly two weeks of speculation, officials at Savannah State University have formally announced plans to leave NCAA Division I competition and membership in...

Shaw President Tashni Dubroy Talks the Power of Private Partnerships

Dr. Dubroy discusses the university's new innovation and entrepreneurship center, the opportunities and challenges of millennial leadership, and how to cultivate resources in the...

At Savannah State, It’s Much Bigger Than Moving Down to Division II

This should not be the typical conversation about HBCU athletics, the athletes they can't recruit, the fans who don't show up, the games we...

If It Didn’t Work at Morehouse, It Certainly Won’t Work at Kentucky State

While Morehouse College alumni, students and faculty members recently argued about executive motives, power and respect for the better part of a month, former...

Can HBCUs Capitalize on America’s K12 Education Crisis?

Last month, five historically black colleges and universities joined a national consortium to help train black males for increased interest and participation in secondary...

Howard, Morgan State Students Among Latest Fulbright Scholarship Awardees

Several students and alumni from Howard University and Morgan State University are continuing the institutional legacies of both institutions as prolific producers of Fulbright...

2017 HBCU Commencement Tracker

The HBCU Digest presents an annual guide to commencement speakers at historically black colleges and universities. Please contact us to update our list with...