The College of Biblical Studies welcomes their new President Dr.  William “Bill” Blocker for an Inaugural Celebration October 18th & 19th for more information                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Click to listen…         For class information      

Via: You’ve heard of the “empty nest syndrome,” but do you know how or if it really exists? Coined, in the 1970′s by psychologists, it stereotypically applies to women as a personal struggle dealing with the loss and change as their children leave home. This psychological condition often has its greatest impact on women […]

For Louisiana State University volleyball player Desiree Elltiott, it’s good to be home in more ways than one. On Monday the junior who went to…

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    Zarina Poole, Assistant Development of UNCF Corporate Scholarship Program and Justin Inglehart, UNCF Corporate Scholar joined us to share information about The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Campaign for Emergency Aid. This campaign provides emergency financial aid to students at risk of leaving college due to financial circumstances. Contact info:  visit  or […]


The Los Angeles Times is reporting that UCLA has apologized for wrongly telling students that they were accepted into the highly competitive university. Students received an email regarding financial aid with an additional message that congratulated them on their acceptance. Read More


Florida A&M University’s board of trustees approved plans to create an independent committee to study hazing Monday as well as a memorial to a marching band member who police say died after being punched and paddled during a hazing ritual.


According to, thousands of college students may soon feel a financial pinch and another 100,000 may not be able to complete degrees if Congress pushes ahead with planned changes to federal student loans, education experts said.  Read More:

Creating a student budget plan is an important step every student can take to assess his or her financial wellness. A college student budget can help you keep track of your expenses, analyze your assets and income and set financial goals for yourself. How To Survive Unemployment & Keep Financially Fit And whether those goals […]

Not every black person makes it to college, and among those that do, not everyone graduates. But for the ones who go on to get that important credential, representing for their alma mater can become a big part of their lives.

How are those brackets working out for you? The NCAA Championship is upon us and teams are getting down to the Final Four. Almost as popular as the games themselves is the tradition of trying to pick the winners.

One of Denzel Washington’s next gigs isn’t a big movie role, but rather a speaking engagement. Washington will be the commencement speaker at the graduation ceremony at Penn in May. Not only will Washington speak to some 5,000 graduates, but he will also reportedly receive an honorary degree from the institution. The ceremony will take […]