History was made when star Hampton University student-athlete Byron Perkins became the first openly gay D1 football player at an HBCU. But stigmas still exist, author George Johnson says.

Students at Virginia-based HBCU Hampton University got a pleasant surprise this week after learning that all balances from the Spring 2022 semester will be wiped, and no new increase in tuition, fees, room and board for the fall semester.

Hampton University has received significant backlash from its students and alumni after the school announced it would allow students impacted by the war in Ukraine to study at their campus for free.

Aliyah Griffith made history by becoming the first Black scholar to earn a graduate degree in marine sciences from the University of North Carolina.

Hampton University is receiving significant backlash on social media after the school announced it has invited students impacted by the war in Ukraine to study at the HBCU's campus for free.

The Los Angeles Board of Water and Power Commissioners has invested $5 million in HBCUs to increase representation in the engineering industry.

Newly appointed Dr. Dietra Trent has begun her tenure as the Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity through Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

24-year-old entrepreneur Bryce Thompson launched a $100,000 scholarship fund for HBCU students.

J.R. Fenwick’s company FLip That Stock is working to increase Black participation in stock investing.

A Hampton University professor is leading an initiative to bring health screenings to Black barbershops.

Hampton University welcomed 46 students displaced by Hurricane Dorian.

Positions of leadership on historically Black college campuses have typically skewed older for many decades. But a closer look at the changing face of HBCU leadership reveals a decided reversal in that trend.