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Category Archives: Grad School

HBCU Online Education Offers Perfect Balance

The U.S. Department of Education (National Center for Education Statistics, 2011) reported that Blacks are more likely to enroll and complete their entire academic undergraduate coursework online (Moore, 2014). This was more than any other demographic group. However, others are jumping on the … Read More…

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What Are HBCUs Doing To Stay Safe for Re-opening?

Why Re-Opening is Hard for HBCUs in particular.  During this pandemic, Morehouse College, one of the most reputable and well funded HBCUs,   is predicting enrollment will drop 25 percent in the Fall of 2020. This has prompted furloughs, layoffs, and everything in … Read More…

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Campus to Career: Work Readiness in the Current Crisis

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Four Tips To Write A Great Personal Statement

By Andrea Byrd (Mississippi Valley State University) Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU college students about life on campus, career topics and the career and professional experiences of black historical figures. If you are going to grad school, … Read More…

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Healthy Study Habits for the New Year

By Andrea Byrd (Mississippi Valley State University) Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU students about college life, career activities and opportunities on their campus that encourage career development and building success habits. Every student has experienced unhealthy study … Read More…

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Forgiving College Debt Could Boost Economy

Student debt is without doubt one of the major talking points in the Democrartoc race for the 2020 nomination and will likely continue being an issue well into the general election. While the Democrats have differing views on how to attack the problem … Read More…

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Student Career Journal: Acing the GRE at Mississippi Valley State University

By Andrea Byrd Student Career Journal is a series of articles written by HBCU Students about career events, workshops and opportunities on their campus in order to encourage students to take advantage of the career services offered at their school. On Sunday, November 10th … Read More…

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Critical Language Scholarship Deadline Approaches

The United States Department of State offers the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program annually. The application deadline is Tuesday, November 19, 2019 by 8:00pm EST. What is the Critical Language Scholarship? The CLP Program is a fully funded intensive overseas language and cultural … Read More…

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