HBCU

We're throwing it back with "Da Butt" by E.U. and reminiscing on HBCU party favorites all week!

The HBCU community wants future donators to know that there are 107 historically black colleges to choose from when thinking about donating.

    Due to the extremely unfortunate event of Hurricane Harvey hitting the city of Houston and it’s surrounding major metropolitan area,  the 2017 Labor Day Classic game has been rescheduled to happen on Thanksgiving weekend.  The legendary collegiate matchup is still scheduled to take place at BBVA Compass Stadium, but no official date or […]

Guy Anthony and George Johnson founded the nonprofit, Black, Gifted, and Whole, to help empower young, queer Black men through mentoring and scholarship at HBCUs.

Morehouse College has appointed William Taggart as its interim president and Willie Woods as its new board chairman.

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 […]

After being told their colleges and universities would be a priority, the White House's 2018 proposed budget tells a different story.

John Wilson Jr. issued a statement on Thursday expressing his disappointment with the meeting and his disdain for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' recent comments about HBCUs.

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