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Tampa, Fla.- According to WFLA, Mamie Walker is 84-years-old who depends on her monthly social security check to survive. Over the past two months, Walker has been sent several letters from the government explaining that she owes more than $220,000 for college. The main issue is that Walker have never attended college nor learned how […]

For this Get Up Poll, Erica Campbell and GRIFF ask listeners this important question: when is the right time to send your kids out of the house and into the world? In a time when even the vast majority of recent college graduates move back home, the answer to such a question is certainly not […]

In this edition of GRIFF’s Prayer, GRIFF thanks God for week one of college football. He talks about Houston’s surprising win over Oklahoma, LSU “taking that L in Wisconsin,” and much more. He says God was out in full force on the football fields of colleges across the country “opening up the red sea” as […]

What may not have been a traditional graduation speech has now captured the heart and souls of many.

Watch Roland Martin, Rep. G.K. Butterfield, Rev. William Barber, Edith Bartley, and the NewsOne Now panel discuss the battle against SB 873 in the video clip above.

Banning the box on college applications, "ensures that every young person has a shot," Valerie Jarrett, senior advisor to the President, said.

President Barack Obama is scheduled to deliver the keynote address during the 2016 commencement ceremony at Howard University in Washington, D.C., in what is likely to be one of his many swan songs during his final year in office.

With all of the negative publicity concerning Black youth in Chicago, it's important to take note of positive stories and this one is truly unique: The Huffington Post reports that Chicago twins, Deprice and Shaprice Hunt, were accepted into a combined 56 colleges and have earned about $1.6 million in scholarships.

For the second straight year, a student from Long Island, New York's Elmont Memorial High School has been accepted at all eight Ivy League schools, according to NBC 4 New York. The student, Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna, 17, who is the class valedictorian, has until May 1 to decide whether she'll attend one of the prestigious northeastern schools

According to a new Gallup-USA Funds Minority College Graduates Report, HBCU graduates actually fare better than those who go to other schools and universities.

You’re invited to The Scholarship Academy’s 6th Annual Scholarship Fair. The I Am College Material Scholarship Fair offers high school students an opportunity to learn how to finance their college education through scholarships and introduces students to local and national scholarship opportunities, equips them with the strategies to win, and challenges them to view themselves […]

President Barack Obama unveiled a new streamlined process for college students and their parents applying for financial aid.