HBCUs Foster Student Success


HBCUs Foster Student Success

3 videos from our Student Success Collaborative partners

At EAB, we often convene subsets of partners to discuss their common challenges. When the pandemic hit earlier this year, several of our HBCU student success leaders discussed the impact and the opportunities to do even better for their students in this virtual environment. In October, we came together once again for our annual HBCU summit. Navigate partners connected, collaborated, and shared their experiences and innovations supporting students during the pandemic.  

In these excerpted videos, leaders from Dillard University, the University of the District of Columbia, and Elizabeth City State University share the institutional and departmental changes they have made and will continue to make to ensure their students are supported and successful during COVID and for years to come.


  • Interim Dean Ebony Turner of Dillard University
  • Assistant Vice President Timothy Hatchett of the University of the District of Columbia
  • Provost Farrah Jackson Ward of Elizabeth City State University

What our partners have to say about Navigate

In these excerpted videos, Ebony Turner, Interim Dean of University College, Dillard University, Timothy L. Hatchett, Assistant Vice President of Student Success, University of the District of Columbia, and Farrah Jackson Ward, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Elizabeth City State University, discuss how Navigate compliments and accelerates their student success agenda.

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