How one HBCU president managed the coronavirus shutdown
Talladega College, Alabama's first private historically black liberal arts college, has overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles. When I began my tenure as president in 2008, we were in danger of losing accreditation and enrollment was so low that our doors were on the brink of closing.
Originally published: May 4, 2020
Author: Billy Hawkins
Institution: Talladega College
Published by: Higher Ed Dive