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To support the need for sustainable agriculture and natural resources in Marlboro County, the SC State 1890 Research & Extension Pee Dee Region re-launched its Collards Project in response to the growing food insecurity crisis impacting families. With food deserts being one of the key so…

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Claflin University will be represented in a national digital and video gaming competition when sophomore computer science major Eric Minor plays in the Inaugural Madden 21 x HBCU Tournament Finals. Minor will join 15 other players who have advanced to the Madden NFL 21 x HBCU Tournament Fina…

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Voorhees College proudly announces a $2 million collaboration with International Business Machines (IBM) on a comprehensive program designed to develop diverse and high demand skill sets that align with industry needs and trends so both students and faculty can develop the skills they need f…

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Voorhees College kicks Black History Month off with orator, professor, and university administrator Dr. Rolundus R. Rice during a virtual assembly on Thursday, February 4 at 11 a.m. via the institution’s Facebook and YouTube pages.

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Voorhees College proudly announces a $2 million collaboration with International Business Machines (IBM) on a comprehensive program designed to develop diverse and high demand skill sets that align with industry needs and trends so both students and faculty can develop the skills they need f…

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Benedict College is proud to announce its partnership with Propel Center, a new global campus headquartered in Atlanta that will support innovative learning and development for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) nationwide. Benedict College will collaborate with Propel Cent…

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The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), the nation’s oldest historically Black athletic conference, in partnership with Visit Baltimore, today announced its first-ever virtual tournament. The highly anticipated week-long celebration will be tabbed the CIAA Virtual Vibe: Tour…

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Claflin University has been awarded $525,000 from Gilead Sciences, Inc. to support initiatives and programs conducted by the University’s New Center for Social Justice. Claflin is receiving this grant from the company’s Racial Equity Community Impact Fund and was selected because of its reco…

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South Carolina State University has signed a memorandum of understanding with Samsung Electronics America, Inc. The partnership agreement formally recognizes the Samsung STEM Scholars program aimed at preparing SC State students for careers in STEM-related fields.

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The Hundred-Seven recently announced that Benedict College is one of the Top 10 Smaller HBCUs for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). While African Americans make up less than 5% of the STEM workforce, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are working to meet th…

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Benedict College announced Mr. Jacob Koon's promotion from the Director of Residential Life to the new Dean of Students. Over the years, Koon who is an alumnus of the College has served in many roles to include Residential Life Coordinator, Area Coordinator, and Assistant Director of Residen…

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South Carolina State University is one of ten historically black colleges and universities awarded $1 million by China-based video-sharing social media service, TikTok. The $10 million gift is being awarded as a part of TikTok's nationwide commitment to support healthcare workers and student…

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Claflin University has received a game-changing $20 million investment, the largest in school history, from philanthropist and author MacKenzie Scott. The gift will accelerate Claflin’s mission to develop visionary leaders that advance social change regionally, nationally and globally.

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On behalf of the Roy G. Post Foundation, Waste Management Symposia Inc. has awarded South Carolina State University with $10,000 in scholarships for nuclear engineering students. The funds will be used to support SC State students in the areas of their greatest needs. Some of the funds will …

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Due to growing concerns related to COVID-19, the Board of Directors for the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) has voted to cancel the upcoming men’s and women’s basketball seasons, which was set to begin January 9, to include the 2021 CIAA Basketball Tournament. In addition…

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Allen University will receive a $500,000 grant from Dominion Energy to support the renovation of the Good Samaritan-Waverly Hospital Restoration Project. The gift will help to defray costs associated with the reconstruction and restoration of the building.

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The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Board has announced that the probation status placed upon Benedict College has been lifted.