The Art Walk will be held from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at the multi-purpose facility located next to the Hay College Center, where Melissa Mitchell will display both traditional art and wearables inspired by Black history and her Bahamian heritage.
Stillman College has joined a cohort of eight HBCUs and Tribal Colleges and Universities selected to partner with the Black and Native Futures Fund, a new capacity-building fund to provide financial support to student parents.
Stillman College has signed a memorandum of understanding with Arts ‘n Autism that allows students in the Learning Independence for Education and Employment Program (LIFEE) to take classes for academic credit and pursue any degree the college offers.
The public is invited to attend a virtual meeting Saturday to discuss the redevelopment plans for Martin Luther King, Jr. and Frank H.M. Williams dormitories on the Stillman College campus.
Stillman College will host Dr. David Satcher, former United States Surgeon General, as the fall 2022 Realizing the Dream Distinguished Lecturer on Oct. 4.
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.
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.
Metz Culinary Management is helping expand Stillman’s Community Garden to help promote sustainability and fight food insecurity in Tuscaloosa’s West End.
Stillman’s recent onboarding of student-focused programming supported by a notable partner: the United Negro College Fund.