6 HBCUs Promoting Global Studies – With Guest Writer Louis Bolling

Today’s Monday Morning MSI Line Up highlights six HBCUs that promote global studies and international partnerships and serve as institutions that develop global citizens. 1) Alcorn State University, Office of Global Programs Through its Office of Global Programs (OGP), Alcorn State offers students unique and rewarding international experiences and general global understanding, both in other countries and on campus. … Continue reading 6 HBCUs Promoting Global Studies – With Guest Writer Louis Bolling

7 HBCUs Founded by Faith-Based Organizations – With Guest Writer Louis Bolling

Post-Civil War America, also known as the Reconstruction Era, led to more than 4 million slaves being declared freed. The church, pre-and-post Civil War, increasingly became one of the strongest sources of institutional support for former slaves and oppressed African people in America. Church basements turned into centers of education, as well as serving as … Continue reading 7 HBCUs Founded by Faith-Based Organizations – With Guest Writer Louis Bolling

13 MSIs that Keep Camping Fun for Labor Day

by Louis Bolling Today is Labor Day, which marks one of the most popular camping weekends of the year! In celebration, this week’s Monday Morning MSI Line Up features a list of 13 Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) with parks-and-recreation degree programs. These MSIs educate the knowledgeable individuals who manage and maintain our nation’s parks as well as other popular travel … Continue reading 13 MSIs that Keep Camping Fun for Labor Day

44 MSI Alumni That Continue to Impact the World of Tennis

by Louis Bolling With a seventh U.S. Open title on the line at this year’s tournament (which starts today), Serena Jameka Williams can break Steffi Graf’s Grand Slam record of 186 consecutive weeks at #1 in the world rankings. Owning 22 of tennis’ most coveted prizes, “Meeka” can surpass Chris Evert for most U.S. Open … Continue reading 44 MSI Alumni That Continue to Impact the World of Tennis

Top 10 Revenue-Generating HBCU Athletic Departments

by Louis Bolling (Guest Author) College athletics has evolved into a massive revenue generator for higher education institutions, commonwealths, and the private sector. In anticipation of March Madness, today’s Monday Morning MSI Line Up looks at the top 10 revenue generating HBCU athletic departments, which have generated approximately $113.2M combined. (Note that Oregon, the top revenue generating athletic program in the nation and a Predominantly White Institution, made more than all of these HBCUs combined at ~$196M.) Alabama State … Continue reading Top 10 Revenue-Generating HBCU Athletic Departments

11 States with the Most White House HBCU All-Stars

Guest Author: Louis Bolling Over the course of 2015, the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities recognized 83 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students as HBCU All-Stars for their accomplishments in academics, leadership, and civic engagement. The HBCU All-Stars serve as ambassadors by providing outreach and communication with their fellow students about the value of … Continue reading 11 States with the Most White House HBCU All-Stars