Juniors, seniors encouraged to bring transcripts, SAT/ACT scores to share with university representatives
HISD middle- and high-school students and parents will be able to meet with universities and scholarship providers and learn about finding money for college when they attend the Black College Expo on Sat., Feb. 28.
The expo will be held at the J. W. Marriott Hotel, 5150 Westheimer Road, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The district has partnered with the National College Resources Foundation to offer free admission to the event with a school identification card.
Juniors and seniors are encouraged to bring their transcripts and SAT or ACT scores, as some colleges will accept students on the spot!
The expo will feature many seminars, including one designed specifically for student athletes. Other featured seminars include tips to help you find money for college, booming careers, surviving your first year of college, and more.
For more information, visit the National College Resources Foundation’s website.
Can white people attend, or is it only for black people?
The event is free and open to all HISD students and families. The event focuses on Historically Black Colleges & Universities.