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Transforming HBCU campuses: A journey of renovation, restoration and expansion

Improved facilities, evolving programs and the expansion of services can help HBCUs attract top talent and elevate their national and global reputation.

AI at HBCUs: The next digital divide or a great reset?

South Carolina State University is pledging to become a leader in AI among HBCUs. However, "broadband deserts" and insufficient funding threaten to undermine its mission.

Survey: 23% of all undergraduate students struggle with food insecurity

Institutions are ramping up their efforts to fight student hunger by building food pantries. However, students may not be aware of their efforts. The Hope Center found that more than half of students struggling with basic needs in 2020 didn’t apply for any support programs because they didn’t know how.

Goldman Sachs: HBCUs play central role in Black student excellence

The upward social mobility rate for students moving from the bottom two income quintiles to the top two is 10% higher at HBCUs than in non-minority serving institutions, according to the report.

How does your school’s faculty salary stack up compared to those at other schools across country?

A new report from the National Education Association ranks all 50 states' average faculty salaries and answers a $15,000 question causing pay gaps between colleagues of different institutions.

Enrollment boomed post-pandemic at these schools. Here are 4 ways they will keep up.

Last year brought in the largest freshman class Bethune-Cooman had seen in more than 10 years and a 34% net tuition increase. With federal aid drying up in June, however, they intend to capitalize on an unexpected spark.

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