Calling all SUHSD high school students interested in connecting with representatives from historically black colleges at the Fourth Annual San Diego Black College Expo Virtual College Fair on Feb. 18.
Select students may have the opportunity for on-the-spot college admissions and scholarships.
Join the expo from noon to 3 p.m. on February 18, 2021.
Students who plan to attend also have the opportunity to win a scholarship from the National College Resources Foundation by submitting a short essay (deadline Feb. 8) about why college is important to them.
The annual event is being organized by the National College Resources Foundation in partnership with the San Diego County Office of Education to bring opportunities for students in our region.
Live seminars include:
- How to Find Money for College
- How to Start a Business
- Why Attend An HBCU
- 411 for the Student Athlete
Representatives from about 50 historically black colleges and universities will consult with students about their higher-education options. Students will also have the opportunity to get help with completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
The annual event is being organized by the National College Resources Foundation in partnership with the San Diego County Office of Education to bring opportunities for students in the San Diego region.
Students and education professionals can register for free.