The student body has grown by 15 percent since , from roughly 6, students to 7, The growth is largely because far more Hispanic, white and international students have chosen to enroll at Morgan , while the number of black students at the Northeast Baltimore campus has held relatively steady. So why should anyone be surprised that a historically black college or university would recruit students of other races? It will always be an HBCU.
The Challenges and Opportunities Facing HBCUs
What criteria should be used for opening a college campus during a pandemic? For some schools that serve students of color, the decision included weighing where their students would be more safe. September 2, College often provides more than just a place to study and socialize. For students of color living with the twin threats of racism and a pandemic, it plays an additional role: a safe space.
18 HBCUs that didn’t make it
The college experience is one black graduates hold near and dear — whether they choose to spend four years at Harvard or Howard. The debate between historically black colleges versus predominantly white institutions lit up social media this week as the spotlight on campus racism grew more intense. Black college graduates offered honest depictions of the college experience using the hashtag BlackonCampus.
Going back 25 years, Larry Robinson has been everything from a provost to president. He began as a visiting professor in , when Lockheed Martin had paid for him to teach a class there. Then in he became President Larry Robinson! Aside from the work, Robinson keeps his spirits up with family.