HBCU

Dallas native Z’Kijah Fleming is the winner of the 2017 Tom Joyner Foundation Full Ride Scholarship. The high school senior who is ranked number one in her class talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about becoming a caretaker at 14, why she chose Howard University and much more. “I kind of don’t have a plan. […]

John Miller, President and CEO of Denny’s talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show about their partnership with the Tom Joyner Foundation: Denny’s First Generation Road to Success Scholarship and Fundraiser. “We love to feed people, whatever they’re hungry for. But what’s most important is to feed that hunger for education. The idea staring this Fall,we’re taking […]

John Wilson, President, Morehouse College, says he doesn’t know if Trump’s HBCU executive order will make an impact.

HBCUs are still relevant in training skilled educators at a time when teacher diversity is needed.

3/1/17- Roland Martin talks to Omarosa Manigault and Howard University’s Dr. Greg Carr about the HBCU executive order, Pell Grants and more. “It tells the agency what the President wants to get done. This President has done this within the first 40 days. We’ve moved the Executive Director from three tiers down, which is where President […]

Hampton University President William Harvey slams BET's drama 'The Quad.' He sends a strongly-worded letter to the network's president.

Leaders at more than 100 historically Black colleges are planning a meeting with President Donald Trump and GOP lawmakers to discuss overcoming funding and enrollment challenges facing schools on Feb. 28.

2/10/17- Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story with Dr. Roslyn Artis, the President of Florida Memorial University. The two talk about the BET series The Quad and the similarities between the show and real-life at an HBCU. She also discusses her meeting with Donald Trump this month. “The job is pretty respected. We all deal with […]

  1/9/17- Roland Martin talks to the President of Talladega College, Dr. Billy Hawkins, about the Alabama HBCU that has decided to participate in Donald Trump’s Inauguration parade. “My band Director came to me…he applies for parades all over the country. The application was sent in prior to the election. I didn’t view this as […]

According to reports, not one Washington, D.C., band has applied to be a part of Donald Trump's inaugural parade.

Bowl season kicks off this weekend when two HBCUs take the field in Atlanta for the 2016 Celebration Bowl.

Democrats who serve on the House Oversight Committee requested that President-elect Donald Trump’s financial activity be investigated to ensure that he hasn’t made any unlawful decisions.