The Goldbergs traveled to campus and met with Grimes, whereupon they presented a gift of $9,000, earmarked for the "We Are Our Answer" campaign.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of $1,199,901 to Bethune-Cookman University
Students looking to jump-start their careers and improve their chances for success are wise to take advantage of promising opportunities for summer study.
Volusia Volunteers In Medicine (VVIM) provide free, compassionate healthcare to working uninsured individuals ages 18-64.
Professor Chevelle Hall, PhD, had the pleasure of taking students from the B-CU College of Business and Entrepreneurship to visit the set of OWN's "Greenleaf".
Jatwon Burkes is a rising junior at B-CU engaged in the Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP) at Michigan State University.
Jodi Sanderson is interning at Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University, in Daytona Beach, Florida this summer.
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Open Letter to the Stakeholders of Bethune-Cookman University - E. LaBrent Chrite, Ph.D., Incoming President, Bethune-Cookman University
Congratulations to alumnus Tyron Cooper, who has been recently nominated for two Emmy Awards. This makes a total of eight Emmy nominations and three Emmy wins.
The POWRR Institute purpose is to enhance the skills of librarians and archivists at small and mid-sized institutions.
The ACAP Residency Week prepares students to pursue higher education and exposes them to the college application process, FAFSA, and scholarships, etc.
12 students from the B-CU Robotics Club traveled to Huntsville, Alabama, to competed in the IEEE SoutheastCon Robotics Competition.
B-CU alumnus Terriance Woodard, a Computer Science graduate from the College of Science, Engineering and Mathematics, awarded the General Motors "Boss" Kettering Award.
Dr. E. LaBrent Chrite will become the seventh president of Bethune-Cookman University, following a national search. He will take office effective July 1, 2019.
Attorney Benjamin Crump, Esquire, will provide the 9 a.m. commencement address. Johanna Leblanc, Esquire, will deliver the 3 p.m. commencement keynote.
B-CU performing arts and communication students sweep NADSA conference awards. The conference featured a series of workshops, competitions, performances, and panels.
The event is a collaborative effort of Florida HBCUs to increase diversity in the law enforcement profession.
Established in 2018, Bethune-Cookman Foundation, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation developed to enhance the academic vision and priorities of B-CU through philanthropy.
CSEM Students Earn Top Prizes at Florida Academy of Sciences Annual Conference, hosted by Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida.
Congrats are in order for this year’s Thurgood Marshall Speech and Debate Society whose members traveled to compete in the second National HBCU Speech and Debate Tournament
The #ILEAVEYOULOVE campaign is designed to reach a large demographic of our supporters.
Special Guest Conductor Dr. Julian Earl White to Direct Symphonic Band During Bethune-Cookman University's 44th Annual Spring Concert
B-CU received the Merlot/OLC Service Award at the International Online Learning Consortium/MERLOT INNOVATE conference attended by over 1200 professionals.
Florida Education Association President Alumnus Fedrick Ingram gave a rousing and inspiring keynote address.
ATI exams are required for progression in each course in the nursing curriculum, as well as for graduation from the nursing program.
B-CU Faculty and Staff Alumni Raise Over $25,000 Toward $1.5 Million Goal Through "We Are Our Answer" Campus Cohort Campaign