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Into the Future
$53B plan could aid HBCUs underfunding
The Century Foundation is calling on lawmakers, state and private donors to invest $53 billion into the endowments of historically Black colleges and universities to make up for historic underfunding.
At public HBCUs, the average endowment per full-time equivalent student was $7,265 in the 2019 fiscal year, about 3 ½ times smaller than the average endowment at public non-HBCU colleges.
HBCU Presidents Discuss Infrastructure Needs
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference, several presidents of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) shared their visible and invisible infrastructure needs on campus and the importance of more federal support for HBCUs.
U.S. Representative Alma Adams of North Carolina leads the Caucus debate.
“Just because you get discouraged, it doesn’t give you the right to quit.”
America is comprised of achievers – under and over, who had to overcome obstacles despite the ominous challenges some faced. Beginning with their pursuit for education, these folks achieved goals beyond their wildest imaginations, perhaps. Nonetheless, they are examples that we can use for inspiration in our own quest for excellence.
Lincoln University of Pennsylvania
Elizabeth City State
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