HBCU FAIR

The 2020 HBCU Fair is going VIRTUAL!
Saturday, October 17, 2020 | 3PM-5PM
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN.
Click on the icon below to register.

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.

Because this year's event is virtual, everything is FREE and all you need to do is register. This year's event is open to everyone, but will place a special emphasis on high school juniors and seniors preparing to move through the college admissions process.

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HBCU Fair

Resources

The HBCU Fair Student Resource Backpack

 

In order to make your HBCU Fair experience we have created a backpack full of resources based on the workshops and presentations. Please click below to access the Resource Backpack.

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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