HBCU FAIR

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2019 HBCU Fair.
We're looking forward to seeing you in 2020!

HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY FAIR.

This annual event is co-hosted by Phoenix College NAACP/BSU. Over 500 high school students from 20 Phoenix Metropolitan area schools attend each year, along with their parents, counselors and advisors. Workshops are given to address many of the issues that future college students face. College recruiters and alumni from HBCUs will be in attendance to provide information about their institutions. Students are also given financial aid and scholarship information packages.

Information for HBCU Representatives

Registration fee:

  • $50 before September 7, 2018

  • $75 after September 7, 2018

 

Registration options:

  • Submit registration and pay online here

  • Download an editable PDF and return via mail here

If you would like to submit your payment online please click here

Information for Attending High Schools and Students

 

PLEASE NOTE: Registration for high school students has reached capacity. If you have questions, please contact the committee.

 

High School teachers, counselors and other representatives, as well as parents, are welcome to register groups of students to attend the 2018 HBCU Fair.

  • Welcome Letter

  • Submit registration online here

  • Download an editable PDF and return via mail here

If you would like to pay for student lunches online, please click here

A Parent Student/Advocacy Night will also be held on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 fro 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Tempe High School, located at 1730 South Mill Avenue in Tempe. This event is free and open to all. Please use the link below to regiser.

CONTACT US:

Phone 877-252-1908

Email technology@phxakarama.org

ADDRESS:

Phoenix AKARAMA Foundation

Post Office Box 64971

Phoenix, Arizona 85082

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