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A South Carolina State University graduate has co-authored a book on the role of historically black colleges and universities in today's higher education.

IGI Global, an international academic publisher specializing in research publications, has released "Examining Student Retention and Engagement Strategies at Historically Black Colleges and Universities." It is edited by authors Dr. Samuel L. Hinton, an independent researcher, and Dr. Antwon D. Woods, from Belhaven University. Hinton is a graduate of S.C. State. Woods is a graduate of Jackson State University in Jackson, Miss.

The book is a reference source that provides vital research on the role of HBCUs today with research addressing student retention rates, success levels and engagement. While highlighting topics such as enrollment management, student engagement and online learning, the publication explores successful engagement strategies that promote educational quality and equality, as well as the methods of social integration and involvement for students.

The book is designed for researchers, academicians, scholars, educational administrators, policymakers, graduate students and curriculum designers.

This book is available through IGI Global, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books A Million, Walmart and others.

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