Your Starting Point

The College Preparation Assistance Program
Find the help you want in this section. It is a step by step summary to creating a success college plan. 

Preparing for the next level…
The decisions that you make and the actions you take now can have a major impact on your college experience.

Enroll in A College Preparatory Program?

Parents…students – if you need assistance in getting information on preparing for college, we have many resources with tons of information that provide you with everything you need to know!

The Foundation offers a free Preparatory program designed to assist you! Search the site for more helpful information, then sign up for the monthly newsletter to keep you up to date!

 

You Must Hear This!

Arel Moodie delivers a fascinating talk on one of the most important life lessons he’s learned: You don’t have to be the smartest or most skilled to become successful.
The secret: EFFORT.

Why Attend an HBCU?

Historically Black Colleges and Universities face the usual challenges just like other institutions, such as financial difficulties, leadership, enrollment and retention rates. Even amid such challenges, a new study reveals that HBCU grads are faring much better than their non-HBCU counterparts in multiple areas of life, including their financial and purpose well-being.

Are There Benefits?

• HBCU provide an nourishing environment that encourages self purpose and financial well-being.
• College experiences can be much more all-around rewarding for HBCU students.
• Most HBCU grads strongly agree they received more support.
• HBCU grads are enthusiastically involved in applied internships, long-term projects and extracurricular activities.
• They are among the leaders in STEM programs (see STEM)

Making the "Cut"

When choosing a college, making decisions about  environment and traditions can play a big part in helping students to find their ideal college.  
The numbers of African-American students at HBCU colleges are increasing overall.

For more info, see The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).

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