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.
Stillman.edu has improved aesthetics and functionality to meet the information and transactional needs of students, faculty, staff and community stakeholders.
Institutions expand long-running concurrent enrollment agreement to include access to accelerated master’s classes, early grad school advising and funded graduate assistantships.
GAF, North America’s largest roofing and waterproofing manufacturer, has pledged $50,000 of materials and an additional $50,000 to cover installation costs to replace the roof of Winsborough Hall, the college announced Thursday.
Stillman College and Southern Illinois University Carbondale have signed a memorandum of understanding to help students from the historically Black liberal arts college enroll and earn a degree from the SIU School of Law, with the aim of diversifying the legal profession.
Stillman College business major Trey James growing full-service salon business after winning booth 10 at the River Pitch competition.