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.
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.
National College Fair Schedule 2016
Are you a high school student who is thinking of attending college after graduating? Do you want to find out which colleges offer the majors you intend to study? If you want to find out more about student life, then visit a college fair. Learn how college can help you to achieve your life and […]
Selecting a College: 10 Things All Seniors Need to Know
Charlie Nelms shares his advice on selecting a college based on his experience as a parent, former admissions officer, dean, vice president and chancellor.
Spring 2015 HBCU Campus Tour Schedule
Campus tours are an excellent way to learn about life on an HBCU campus. You’ll get a first-hand look at classrooms, lecture halls, dining facilities, dorms, apartments, campuses and virtually everything else connected with college life. Better still, you’ll get to see a variety of campuses for far less money than you’d pay visiting each […]
National College Fair 2015 Schedule
Are you ready to begin thinking about the next step in your education? Ready to see what’s out there? Ready to explore what the next four years of your life will be like? Then you’re ready to start attending college fairs! National college fairs are large groupings of representatives from many different colleges. You can […]
U-CAN Launches 10 City HBCU Recruiting Tour on West Coast
Thousands of students from Sacramento, the East Bay and San Francisco Bay Area, the Central Valley and the Inland Empire will gather at churches schools, and community centers, to explore the possibilities of attending college at one of the United College Action Network’s (U-CAN) Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) partners. High school students will […]
Black Male College Explorers Program Making A Difference
The Black Male College Explorers Program (BMCEP) aims to provide students, specifically black males considered as being “at high risk”, the opportunity to thrive in a safe educational environment. The main goal of the program is to identify students who are potential high school dropouts and prevent them from dropping out as well as increase […]
HBCU College Tours: 2014 Summer and Fall Schedule
HBCU college tours can help college bound students choose the best university that will suit their expectations. If you are currently searching for the right university, joining organized college tours will help you understand better what each school can offer. You will get the chance to see the school facilities, understand more about student activities, and get […]