Faced with budget and enrollment pressures, historically black colleges and universities must stop "tinkering around the edges" and make holistic changes, Teresa Hardee, vice president of finance at Delaware State University, writes in this commentary. HBCUs must fundamentally rethink everything from leadership to technology to marketability, Hardee suggests. "A structured approach to peeling back the layers of issues facing HBCUs is a reasonable way to proceed along the path to providing reasonable strategies for making lasting positive changes," she writes.

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