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Students who hold associate degrees from any of South Carolina’s 16 technical colleges may enroll as juniors at Claflin University. Leaders of Claflin and the S.C. Technical College System met Thursday in Orangeburg to sign a memorandum of understanding that will provide a “seamless transferring handshake,” Claflin Provost Dr. Karl Wright said. This is theRead More
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/FRead More
Chicago State University’s enrollment has plunged amid budget cuts and turmoil, with the university serving a largely black student body on the South Side of Chicago reporting overall enrollment down 25 percent over the past year and just 86 freshmen entering this fall. The 86 freshmen enrolled counts full-time and part-time students. Chicago State hasRead More
Clinton, Holt put Trump on defensive Goaded by Clinton and pressed by moderator Lester Holt, Donald Trump angrily defended his record against charges of racism, sexism and tax avoidance for much of the first presidential debate. The Republican candidate blamed the nation’s chronic problems on Clinton, while also appearing thin-skinned and under-prepared as he sniffledRead More
Tuskegee University announces the death of its fifth school president. Dr. Benjamin F. Payton was Tuskegee’s president from 1981-2010. Dr. Payton received the B.A. degree with honors from South Carolina State University in 1955; the B.D. degree from Harvard University in 1958; the M.A. degree from Columbia University in 1960; and the Ph.D. degree fromRead More
Iattended Morehouse College in the 1980s. It was a heady time to be at a historically black college. We were fighting for divestment from South Africa and struggling against the consolidation of the Reagan revolution. Racial politics were everywhere, and at Morehouse, I was immersed in the diverse beauty and power of black culture. MyRead More
NCCU Awarded Google Community Grant for STEM Education North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has been awarded a grant from Google to foster an interest in technology and computer science in K-12 students. The Google Community Technology Grant awarded through the Charitable Giving Fund at Tides Foundation will provide $41,000 for Enabling the Next Generation ofRead More