Home for Alumni of a Defunct College

The Chronicle of Higher Education
By Kate Moser

When debt forced Bishop College to close in 1988, alumni of the historically black institution in Texas had no campus to call home. Twenty years later, Bishop alumni are beginning to rally around their adoptive home, tiny Georgetown College, a mostly white institution […]

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Congressional Black Caucus to Honor Georgetown College President and Students at U.S. Capitol

Dr. William H. Crouch, Jr., President of Georgetown College, a small liberal arts, Christian college, comprised of 1,400 students, with 6% minority enrollment, is making history, and the nation is taking notice. Crouch has “adopted” over 7,000 alumni of Bishop College (a noted historically black college until it’s […]

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Boosting Black Enrollment: Vision for Diversity

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Old Bishop College ties go 897 miles

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