The National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education is the not-for-profit umbrella organization of the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs).

March 2-3, 2016, and April 6-7, 2016: Run, don’t walk to the NAFEO/USDA, NRCS Second Annual Career Development Conference and Student/Recent Graduate Placement Events in Atlanta, Georgia!

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News Updates

NewsOne Now

Roland Martin and a panel of guests discuss President Obama’s remarks about HBCUs. Lezli Baskerville, CEO of NAFEO, says President Obama’s statements about HBCU graduation rates are unfounded.

Looking Back

From the NAFEO 40th Conference, this historical short produced by American Technologies shares the history of NAFEO and the important role that HBCUs play in America’s success.

In The News

President Baskerville and Dr. William Spriggs, one of America’s foremost economists, talk with Mr. Roland Martin, journalist, author, media maven, and host of the syndicated television talk show, “Washington Watch,” about NAFEO’s Advocacy Initiative, “Emancipation Education.”