STEM majors at Stillman College have a new option for financial aid. Stillman College has joined the Student Freedom , a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the social mobility of students attending a minority serving institution.
The United States Economic Development Administration has awarded Stillman College a $2.7 million grant to develop a cybersecurity and information technology training center in Geneva Hall.
“Stomp Out Suicide,” a step show on Stillman’s campus, will be held Tuesday, Sept. 20. The public is invited to attend Stomp Out Suicide, where community health and wellness agencies will be on hand to engage attendees.
Stillman College President Dr. Cynthia Warrick, the first woman to hold the position at the college, will retire from the presidency at the end of her current contract term on June 30, 2023.
Stillman’s Student Leader Safety Bootcamp had its third annual session at the beginning of August with the same goal: to teach student leaders how to deal with difficult situations that can arise on campus.
Steven L. Reed, the 57th Mayor of the City of Montgomery and the first African American to hold the position, will deliver the keynote address at Stillman College’s Fall Convocation on Sept. 1.
Stillman College will upgrade technology and infrastructure at Sheppard, which will be transformed into a civil rights museum and digital learning center.
The $500,000 History of Equal Rights grant will help rehabilitate the exterior of Winsborough Hall, a former dorm that will serve as a Living and Learning Center for senior citizens.
Stillman criminal justice majors earn scholarship, gain insight from women of color practicing law.
Metz Culinary Management is helping expand Stillman’s Community Garden to help promote sustainability and fight food insecurity in Tuscaloosa’s West End.