If you are a high school senior and a student-athlete with hopes of continuing your athletic career in college…“you must register” to be NCAA eligible. You must register with the governing body of all college athletics. That would be the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The NCAA’s registration process determines whether you are eligible to participate […]
Heading to a Black College: Planning Tips and More
Black college planning involves many distinct – and exciting – choices. Whether you’re a parent or a student, a recent high school graduate or a post-grad looking to extend your education, there are dozens of things to take into consideration. Let HBCU Lifestyle be your partner in black college planning, offering important schedule details, campus living tips and more to help you make one of the most important decisions of your life. Getting ready for college just got easier!
When it comes to choosing an HBCU, it can be hard to figure out where to begin. Do you need to find money to attend in the first place? Check out our college scholarships for high school seniors section for the details you need. Is an urban campus for you or a rural environment? Use our black college tours section to learn how to arrange a visit in person.
HBCU Lifestyle puts all of the details at your fingertips. This section will quickly become indispensible as you plan your college experience. Wherever you are in the black college planning journey, let HBCU Lifestyle help.
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College fairs are similar to trade fairs, where there are booths all over the place and people from all walks of life walking around. The only difference is that instead of local crafts and food staples in a regular trade fair, college fairs comprise recruitment booths set up by colleges, universities and other organizations relevant […]
HBCU college tours are the best ways for high school and community college students to witness the Black College experience first hand. See our tours list.
Deciding to move far away or to stay close to home can be a tough decision when choosing a college. Here are some key factors to consider in your decision.
Choosing the right college is not an easy task. Joining a college campus visit group or doing a college tour on your own can help make the choice easier.