Entry #56, February 25, 2011 Article source: LeTay Publishing: This is the ultimate guide for the over 100 HBCUs. Student life, tuition, accreditation, school mascots, location and more importantly, the history. This guide is the culmination of over 1 year of research to bring together all in one place the information that high school students […]
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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Entry #51, February 8, 2011 Article from: Diverse WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a strategic move to get closer to both the students it serves as well as the focal point for the nation’s education policy, United Negro College Fund President Michael Lomax formally announced plans Monday to relocate the organization in the heart of one […]
Entry #38, December 30, 2010 Article from CNN: Nearly a quarter of all students who try to join the U.S. Army can’t pass the entrance exam, a new study says. The study, “Shut Out of the Military: Today’s High School Education Doesn’t Mean You’re Ready for Today’s Army,” puts the blame on America’s educational system. […]
Entry #6, November 19, 2010 Article from HBCU Digest: Political/cultural blogger Leah Barlow is a sophomore at Hampton University. You can read more of her work at Carmalized. My dad presented an interesting scenario to me a few days ago: A student is about to graduate high school and of course has a few options, […]