Webinar: New Research Shows the Significant Value of Historically Black Colleges and Universities – Feb 16

Posted by Strada Education Network on February 8, 2022

Historically Black colleges and universities were created to provide Black students with an opportunity to make the most of higher education, and have been doing so for almost 200 years. New research from Strada and the Urban Institute Center on Education Data and Policy reveals that students at HBCUs have more favorable experiences and post-completion outcomes than their peers at other institutions.

Join Strada and HBCU leaders on February 16, 2022, 2:00 PM, to learn more about how Black students experience faculty mentorship, internships, and skill development at HBCUs. HBCU leaders also will share their experiences providing supportive education to help their students thrive in their careers and communities.



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