For decades, Black colleges have been portrayed as deficient. What changed?
Online schools and historically Black colleges and universities were among the few categories of schools to enroll more students in the fall, data show.
UNCF convened for UNITE 2022, the organization’s summit for students, educators and professional stakeholders at HBCUs.
With all that historically Black colleges and universities do, we have yet to unlock their full potential. Not even close.
In the midst of the pandemic, HBCUs have focused on the their social, emotional or mental well being. UNCF and the Steve Fund announced a two-year multi-layered partnership.
With capacity-building support from UNCF, HBCUs will offer one-on-one success coaching to help thousands of students of color chart pathways to and through college.
The HBCUs-LTSS Careers Initiative brings together leaders from UNCF, HBCUs, and LeadingAge to develop strategies for expanding the capacity of HBCUs to prepare students for jobs in the LTSS field.