Livingstone College offers incentives to local students to avoid college deferral

Salisbury's HBCU is offering an additional incentive grant for potential students who live within 50 miles of its campus.
By QCity Metro Staff | July 20, 2020

Livingstone College to host phone-a-thon on Juneteenth

The 141-year-old HBCU's fundraising campaign will air live on YouTube and feature six DJs.
By QCity Metro Staff | June 17, 2020

Livingstone College awarded $500,000 grant to preserve historic Monroe Street School site

The award is one of 51 projects funded by the African American Civil Rights Historic Preservation Fund.
By QCity Metro Staff | May 28, 2020

Livingstone College student tests positive for coronavirus

A student at the historically Black college in Salisbury became Rowan County’s first confirmed coronavirus case.
By QCity Metro Staff | March 20, 2020

Livingstone College students peek into sports careers during Super Bowl LIV

Eleven students get firsthand experience in what it takes to run a major sporting event.
By QCity Metro Staff | February 12, 2020

Livingstone College names Sean Gilbert as head football coach

The former defensive lineman spent 11 years in the NFL, including five seasons as a Carolina Panther. 
By Katrina Louis | February 3, 2020

Livingstone senior presents research at world’s largest supercomputing conference

White House HBCU Scholar Tenecious Underwood recognized for research on the science of frog language.
By Livingstone College News Service | January 15, 2020

CIAA commemorative video features local HBCU player and coach

JCSU's Stephen Joyner, Sr. and Livingstone College's Roger Ray appear
By QCity Metro | January 12, 2020

Chiante Wester named new women’s basketball coach at Livingstone College

During her 13-year tenure as an assistant coach at Virginia State, Wester was part of a coaching staff that produced more than 200 wins.
By Olivia Richard | July 2, 2019

HBCU Digest: Bennett College says ‘thank you’ to 18 first-graders who donated $115 in quarters

Also, a North Carolina Central University study finds that Durham Police are arresting fewer people for low-level crimes.
By QCity Metro Staff | June 9, 2019