Can a team approach can help HBCUs survive?

10/31/2013 | Diverse: Issues In Higher Education

As both funding and student enrollment drop at historically black colleges and universities, presidents of those institutions face "a tough climate," according to Hampton University President William Harvey. During his 36-year tenure, the university's endowment has grown from $29 million to more than $250 million. Harvey advises other HBCU presidents to "garner respect, use the team approach, engage alumni and faculty and get them to take ownership in your vision."

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