The Hungry for Education Scholarship from the Tom Joyner Foundation and the Denny’s application deadline is December 10, 2022.
Guiding Your Child Through The HBCU Admissions Process
Is your child applying to a historically black college or university? There are more than 100 HBCUs across the United States, and each institution has a unique set of requirements when it comes to test scores, transcripts, letters of recommendation, and tuition/financial aid. Millions of applicants struggle to balance their responsibilities as students and family members as they apply to college, and the application process can be incredibly stressful for parents who want to support their children as they get ready to attend an HBCU.
If your child is applying to a historically black college or university, HBCU Lifestyle can help you navigate the college admissions process. Whether you’re looking for HBCU rankings, black college tours, scholarships for African-American students, or advice that will help them get into their dream school, HBCU Lifestyle can help your child get accepted!
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Charles Drew University has been awarded Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students from the Health Resources and Services Administration.
Saint Augustine’s University’s HBCU Urban Access Hub will give community college students opportunities to transfer to SAU.
The $1 million grant will seed NABA’s new Pathway to College program, support human capital needs, and create scholarships.
The Anonymous Trust grant will support multiple initiatives that foster student success with a focus on students from Eastern North Carolina.
Three Florida A&M University (FAMU) students received Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to finance their studies overseas.
Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) announced that Derrion Boyce, Ashleigh Thomas and Tenille Cochran are the TSU Apple E&I Scholars.
Currently enrolled at 56 of our nation’s HBCU’s, the 2022 HBCU Scholars were selected from a competitive pool of over 350 students.