School President Message
Alabama State University A&M
Dr Virginia Caples,Ph.D
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University reflects the uniquenesss of the traditional land-grant institution which combines professional, vocational and liberal arts pursuits. The University provides baccalaureate and graduate studies that are compatible with the times to all qualified, capable individuals who are interested in further developing their technical, professional, and scholastic skills and competencies.
Alabama State University
Mr Joe A.Lee
Joe A. Lee was appointed 11th President of Alabama State University in August of 2001 after serving as President of Tougaloo College for six years. Lee had previously served in numerous capacities at his alma mater, Talladega College, including Director of Development, Dean of Students, Vice President for Student Affairs, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost. Lee received the B.A. degree in Biology from Talladega College. He received a Certification in Educational Management (IEM) from Harvard University, and the Master and Ph.D. degrees in Educational Administration from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Albany State University
Dr. Everette J. Freeman
Among historically black colleges and universities, ASU has one of the most impressive library collections and facilities. That is no accident. It is the result of a lot of people over the years, beginning with the Universityís founding father, Dr. Joseph W. Holley, placing the highest premium on making books available to those whose race or circumstances made book-learning a dream denied or deferred.
Alcorn State University
Dr Malvin A. Wiliams, Sr.
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Allen University
Dr Charles E. Young
I believe that students should come to Allen University because of our long history of producing students who are motivated to become leaders in their given fields. I attribute this to a curriculum which has been carefully customized to train the whole person.
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Arkansas Baptist College
Dr Fitz Hill
Arkansas Baptist College has a tradition of serving students who want a personal approach to a liberal arts education, and we feel that Dr. Fitz Hill is uniquely qualified to help us build on that tradition and lead us into a future with increased enrollment, improved programs and stronger support from institutional and private sources," said Wendell Griffen, chairman of the Arkansas Baptist College Board of Trustees. "We are pleased to announce his selection, and look forward to working with him towards growth that transforms the college and inspires the lives of countless people for many years."
Atlanta Metropolitan College
Dr Harold Wade
We are confident that the more you know about us, the better we will look to you. More and more of your friends and neighbors have begun to recognize just how much sense it makes to begin a higher education career at a local two-year institution--especially if the nearby two-year college is a member of the University System of Georgia. In addition to being a very accessible, constituent-friendly college, Atlanta Metro is extremely affordable. Perhaps most significant, however, is the fact that the convenience and affordability of AMC does not come at the expense of either quality or the transferability of course credits earned in a degree program. We are convinced that sooner or later, preferably sooner, you too will join the growing list of college-bound Atlantans who agree that Atlanta Metropolitan College is indeed
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Benedict College
Dr David H.Swinton
Over the years, Benedict College has remained true to the mission of preparing students to be "powers for good" in society. While the history of the college has been spectacular, Benedict's future will surpass its past. You are invited to be a part of this bright future. Be a part of the teaching, research and service that will be the hallmark of this great institution into the twenty-first century.
Bennett College
Dr. Julianne Malveaux
Our academic program fits the needs of students with both academic promise and academic prowess. Our dynamic faculty and dedicated staff work together to create a phenomenal experience for those women who chose Bennett as their academic home. For many, it is more than an academic home. It is an emotional anchor, an oasis. As I travel the country, I am always pleasantly affirmed by the strong attachment that Bennett alumnae feel toward their school. Whether they were part of the class of 1957 or the recently graduated class of 2007, Bennett alums care passionately about their college, and about their sisters. Many form endearing relationships that have endured through the years, bonds of sisterhood, caring and cooperation that provide Bennett College for Women with a strong foundation of support. Bennett is important to alumnae, but it ought to also be important to all people. One of two historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) that focus solely on women, Bennett College has a special role in our nationís civil rights history, as Bennett Belles were jailed when lunch counters were integrated in Greensboro. Bennettís President Willa B. Player visited students in jail, taking them their assignments, supporting their decision to be both scholars and activists. It is in this tradition of scholar activism, a tradition exemplified by the work of W.E.B. DuBois, Ida B. Wells, David Dallas Jones, Willa Player and Johnnetta B. Cole that I take on the mantle of leadership at Bennett College for Women. Iíve been President for just one month, and it has been an exciting month for me and for the College. Iím on FIRE for Bennett, for our energy and possibilities, and for the many things that our students will accomplish in years to come.
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Bethune-Cookman College
Dr Trudie Kibbe Reed
As the president of Bethune-Cookman College, I enjoy spending time with students who engage in reflective thinking. An inquiry into new meaning is at the heart of the educational process. Students describe their learning experience as developing new lens for viewing the world. As they engage in critical thinking, students delight in an application of classroom learning in internship placements and study programs around the world.
Bishop StateCollege
Ms Yvonne , Ph.D. Kennedy
On behalf of the faculty, staff and students of the four campuses of Bishop State Community College, I invite you to take advantage of the opportunities offered at the College. Courses are taught during the day and in the evening. If attending classes on one of our four campuses here in Mobile is not convenient for you, you may want to enroll in courses taught off-campus at locations throughout Mobile and Washington counties. Information about these courses is available at all four campus locations. We, at Bishop State, will help you turn your objectives into reality, whether you want to take courses that can be transferred to a four-year institution or complete an occupational program that can lead directly to job placement or advancement. Education can open many windows of opportunity, but you must take the first step. Contact Bishop State right away.
Bluefield State College
Dr. Albert L. Walker
For more than a century, BSC has focused its efforts upon "making education possible. "We offer relevant higher education that is in step with the skills needed for success in the 21st century workplace. Additionally, we provide opportunities for personal growth through a variety of student activities and programs, and we maintain a student-centered emphasis in a friendly, small college environment.
Bowie State University
Mr Calvin W. Lowe
The mission of this University is to prepare students for a workforce that is information driven, rapidly changing, and characterized by diversity and global relationships. Bowieís academic programs, support services, and extra-curricular activities combine to prepare students to compete in this environment and in the world community.
Central State University
Mr John W.Garland
As Ohio's only public historically black university, Central State has graduated generations of leaders in the fields of education, business, science, the fine and performing arts, and the law. We begin our second century of achievement with the goal of "Excellence in the New Millennium."
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