HBCU News

For many young Black women, this school year also comes with a different level of uncertainty following the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court earlier this year. The post Abortion Laws Impact Black Women at HBCUs appeared first on NewsOne.

We had both the honor & pleasure to be a special guest at the 2022 HBCU Presidents Dinner in Washington, D.C. Here's what went down.

North Carolina A&T State University is already known as the nation's top producer of Black engineers. So the transition to direct some of the talented people in their community into the clean energy sector could be almost seamless.  The post NCAT Receives $23 Million to Help Diversify Clean Energy Field appeared first on NewsOne.

HBCU alum Judge Tarik Sugarmon defeated incumbent Dan Michael becoming the first Black person to lead Shelby County Juvenile Court in Memphis.   The post HBCU Alum Becomes First Black Juvenile Court Judge In Memphis appeared first on NewsOne.

With a new season approaching and no head coach, what's next for Grambling State University volleyball, fired coach Chelsey Lucas and the cut players? The post What’s Next For Grambling State Volleyball? appeared first on NewsOne.

The National Park Service has awarded $9.7 million in grants to conserve historic structures at HBCUs. The post HBCU Conservation Projects Receive $9.7M Boost From National Park Service appeared first on NewsOne.

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) play a vital role in shaping American culture. They provide opportunities and education to many highly successful young Black students and have propelled many students to accomplish great feats. The post Which HBCUs Are Located In North Carolina? appeared first on NewsOne.

Charles Barkley continues his charitable HBCU efforts with a new pledge of $1 million for Atlanta's prestigious all-girls Spelman College.

Morgan State will be home to the first new osteopathic medical school at any HBCU and the first new medical school at an HBCU in 45 years! 

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) play a vital role in shaping American culture. They provide opportunities and education to many highly successful young Black students and have propelled many students to accomplish great feats.

HBCU marching bands are a vital part of not only HBCU culture but of college culture in general. These bands have altered the landscape of music and have been integral in creating community and connection among Black people.