Image:  Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago enrolled about 150 first-year students this fall. Only 11 of them were Black men, in a city that’s almost 30 percent African American, according to U.S. Census Bureau data. Administrators across the country want to know “where are the men, and where are all the Black men?” said Thomas Neitzke, dean of Arrupe College. Higher education leaders are investing in a spate of initiatives to enroll and retain Black male students, who...


Become a member to take advantage of more features, like commenting and voting.

Jobs to Watch