Tag Archives: HBCU

The HBCU Role in Building a Diverse Workforce

A 2014 report from the Association of Governing Boards summarized some of the routine challenges being confronted by these schools. “Today, in an era of rapid transformation, HBCUs face historic challenges as well as new obstacles. Questions about sustainability, cost, quality, and mission … Read More…

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Performance Evaluation of FAMU President Released

Executives at Historically Black Colleges and Universities are coming under fire and scrutiny from all directions.  From students and parents lamenting the high costs of education, to state governments evaluating the funding of these schools or alumni concerned about the value of their … Read More…

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7 Reasons HBCU Presidents Must Support Career Centers

The HBCU Career Center conducted a survey to learn more about the state of career centers on the campuses of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). The survey results revealed an interesting dilemma faced by career centers. Of the 33 respondents, 76% agreed, … Read More…

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HBCUs Are Needed Now More Than Ever

From the Daytona Times – June 4th by Marc Morial, President and CEO of the National Urban League. (copy modified to add “y” to Cheyney University. http://www.daytonatimes.com/news/2009/0604/editorials/013.html **************** May was college graduation month in America and with job prospects significantly weaker this year … Read More…

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