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National Association of Title III Administrators , Inc. Scholarship Recipients 2015

Applicant Name Address HBCU Region Award Amount Danielle Ebelle 1500 North Lombardy Street, Richmond, VA 23224 Virginia Union University 2 $1,000.00 Patrice Harris #2 John Brewers Bay, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas 00802 University of the Virgin Islands 4 $1,000.00 Paris Wright 1126 Solomon Blatt Boulevard, Denmark, SC 29042 Denmark Technical College 5 $1,000.00 Prentiss Smiley

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Title III Part B, HBCU’s Program FY 2015 Noncompeting Continuation Awards Title III Part F SAFRA Program FY 2015 New Awards FY2014HBCUMandatoryAwardsPDF FY2014HBCURegularAwards PDF Strengthening HBCU Awards Part B/F

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Drake State President has been placed on administrative leave,

Helen McAlpine, long-time president at Drake State Community & Technical College in Huntsville, has been placed on administrative leave, according to an after-hours press release from the Alabama Community College System office. No reason was given for McAlpine’s leave. Kemba Chambers, dean of math, natural science and pre-engineering at Calhoun Community College, has been appointed

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Discount Much?

Is a high discount rate a guaranteed trouble sign for colleges? Not necessarily, experts say — sometimes colleges can leverage discounts to increase revenue, at least if they are increasing enrollment. But maintaining very high discount rates can be a risky strategy and an indicator a college is in distress. The average discount rate offered

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Can Racial Problems at Predominantly White Universities Pave the Way For a Resurgence at Historically Black Colleges and Universities?

The recent explosion of activism on predominantly white college campuses, fueled by Black students who are protesting racially hostile environments in which they are unsafe, reveals that uch is wrong with these institutions of higher learning.  Is now the time to explore Historically Black Colleges and Universities, or HBCUs?  Should we now focus on building

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JCSU President Ron Carter faces questions over leadership

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is investing $1.5 million over three years to help revitalize Charlotte’s Northwest corridor, along the site of the upcoming Gold Line streetcar. Motorists drive along Beatties Ford Rd. in front of the Mosaic Village Tuesday, June 30, 2015. TODD SUMLIN tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com BY ELIZABETH LELAND eleland@charlotteobserver.com Ron Carter arrived at

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Collaboration or Merger?

Maryland officials call a proposal to merge a commuter institution with a HBCU a “far-reaching, risky scheme,” arguing instead that joint degree programs can better end decades of racial inequity among the state’s public colleges. November 23, 2015 By Kellie Woodhouse Maryland’s state higher education body and a group advocating on behalf of the state’s

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Moody’s: Colleges have entered the new normal of flat tuition revenue

It’s going to be another year of lackluster tuition revenue growth for universities, as the pipeline of students heading to college slows and families remain sensitive to prices, Moody’s Investors Service said in a report Thursday. In its annual survey of colleges and universities, the credit rating agency said private and public schools estimate net tuition revenue — the

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