Aaron A. Walton, Cheyney's president, announces fundraising campaign and continued partnerships to ensure the school's financial future, during a news conference at the school Tuesday, March 5, 2019 in Philadelphia. The nation's oldest historically black college, which has struggled with plummeting enrollment and financial woes in recent years, has announced a plan intended to balance the school's budget and lure new, top-tier students.
Aaron A. Walton, Cheyney's president, announces fundraising campaign and continued partnerships to ensure the school's financial future, during a news conference at the school Tuesday, March 5, 2019 in Philadelphia. The nation's oldest historically black college, which has struggled with plummeting enrollment and financial woes in recent years, has announced a plan intended to balance the school's budget and lure new, top-tier students. The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP Jose F. Moreno
Aaron A. Walton, Cheyney's president, announces fundraising campaign and continued partnerships to ensure the school's financial future, during a news conference at the school Tuesday, March 5, 2019 in Philadelphia. The nation's oldest historically black college, which has struggled with plummeting enrollment and financial woes in recent years, has announced a plan intended to balance the school's budget and lure new, top-tier students. The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP Jose F. Moreno