The university enrolled a total of 10,002 students back in Fall 2015.
Howard has had a high quality Board of Trustees (BOT) for many years. Twenty of the 30 seats (or about 66 percent) on the university’s BOT are held by alumni.
L-R: Bertram E. Walls, Donna A. James, Toby Brodie, William A. Dudley,
Janice Bryant Howroyd, Timothy King, and Faye Tate Williams
|L-R: Gubernatorial candidates Andrew Gillum, Gwen Graham, and Adam Putnam|
|L-R: Andrew Gillum, John Morgan, Gwen Graham, Mike Huckabee,
and Adam Putnam|
Duval County’s four single-gender charter schools ran up $333,000 more in costs than they raised in revenues as of the end of September, which the school district says is evidence that the schools’ finances are deteriorating and are a financial emergency.The schools — Valor Academy of Leadership, a middle and high school for boys, and Virtue Arts and Science Academy, a middle and high school for girls — have until Dec. 12 to send new financial plans to the district to prove the schools can survive, said Duval Superintendent Nikolai Vitti.Without that, he wrote recently, he may recommend the district terminate its contracts with the schools, effectively shutting them down.Profectus Learning Systems, the school’s non-profit operator, said it is taking measures to prevent that.