B-CU stakeholders consider 21st-century competitiveness

Coming out of a five-year downward spiral of financial, legal, accreditation and enrollment troubles, Bethune-Cookman University is emerging amid new signals of renewal.

Revenues are up, student enrollment appears to be headed in the right direction and the 118-year-old Daytona Beach school’s Board of Trustees has untangled some of the most challenging court cases. But a new existential hazard has emerged: the changing landscape of higher education.

University officials addressed that issue at “Re-imagining B-CU: Now, Next and Beyond,” a kickoff event for what they expect will be a revolution in what the school offers and how it gets delivered.

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