{Video} Stillman College Is Here To Stay

Debt amounts to $43 million, but there is still hope at Stillman College. Yesterday was the National Day of Action and HBCU Alumni met at Capitol Hill to “increase support for black institutions for higher learning.” This call to action will positively help Stillman College and other HBCUS that are struggling to keep their doors open.

The co-leader of the HBCU Collective, Robert Stephens, spoke with The Root and explained “alumni and students play an integral role in preserving and growing our HBCUs.”

The faculty at Stillman College are supporting by donating a month’s salary to assist with the debt. Stillman’s 7th president, Cynthia Warrick, is very optimistic about the fall semester with 4,000 applicants right now and “believing that the alumni and this community will adhere to the call.”


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Amber Peters is a current MBA candidate and full-time Accountant. She is a proud Alumna of Texas Southern University. “Faith without work means nothing”

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