Tag: Barber-Scotia College
Rey had been serving as international president of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Founded by the Presbyterian Church in January 1867, Barber-Scotia College lost accreditation in 2004 and since that time has struggled to remain viable.
Dr. Dillard had been serving as interim president of Shaw University since June 2017. Previously, she was the vice president of academic affairs and dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the university. Dr. Dillard is a trained medical technologist certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathology.
Historically Black Barber-Scotia College in Concord, North Carolina, has struggled since losing its accreditation in 2004. No classes were held this past semester. Now, the college has leased most of its campus to a new university, which is headed by a woman who immigrated from Ghana.
The historically Black college has struggled to rebound from a decade of difficulties since losing its accreditation in 2004. Now the college has cancelled all classes for the spring semester and the remaining schedule of its basketball teams. It hopes to reopen in the fall.
Asa T. Spaulding Jr. was the former president of Barber-Scotia College in Concord, North Carolina, university lecturer, and served as a member of the University of North Carolina Board of Governors.
Since a July post examining the status of historically Black Barber-Scotia College in Concord, North Carolina, college officials have responded to a series of questions presented by JBHE.
The historically Black educational institution in Concord, North Carolina, lost its accreditation in 2004 and has struggled to regain its footing ever since. A new interim president has been appointed.
She was the first woman president of Barber-Scotia College, a historically Black educational institution in Concord, North Carolina.