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HBCUs Canceling Student Debt: Implications for Black Students

HBCUs Canceling Student Debt: Implications for Black Students

With President Joe Biden’s student loan cancelation program currently on hold after the most recent Supreme Court decision, millions of students are at a loss for how they can work around their crippling student loan debt. However, many Historically Black Colleges and...

SHA responds to Supreme Court Decision on Affirmative Action

SHA responds to Supreme Court Decision on Affirmative Action

The Supreme Court decision rejecting race-conscious admissions in higher education is a backward step for our nation and its progress towards socio- economic equality. This decision, coupled with the systemic underfunding of HBCUs, will have a significant negative...

HBCUs Find Creative Solutions to the Student Housing Problem

HBCUs Find Creative Solutions to the Student Housing Problem

Anyone familiar with the complexities of student housing is aware that there is a large shortfall in available, safe, and affordable places for students to live. With that in mind, many Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are finding creative ways to tackle the problem head-on. Student Housing of America (SHA) is helping HBCUS at the forefront of these challenges and aiding in their unique solutions.

Bank Failures Prompt Concerns in the Student Housing Market

Bank Failures Prompt Concerns in the Student Housing Market

Banks are central to the housing market because they lend money to businesses and developers to purchase properties and finance projects. Within the first five months of 2023, several banks failed. On March 8th, Silvergate Bank announced it would close and sell off...

SHA partners with Emet Capital Management to provide new student housing at Albany State University.