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HBCU College and Recruitment Fair

HBCUDMTC Senior students attended the Honda Historically Black Colleges and Universities Recruitment Fair in Atlanta, Georgia at the Georgia World Congress Center.  Many DMTC students received on-site admissions, scholarships and application fee waivers, helping them achieve their educational goals.  Students gathered information and had meaningful conversations with HBCU admission directors and counselors.  Admissions professionals from over 40 HBCU campuses were on-site at the Honda Historically Black Colleges and University (HBCU) College and Recruitment Fair.  The recruitment fair emphasized and stressed opportunities that exist at HBCU’s as well as admissions requirements, scholarship requirements, and financial aid opportunities.  The face-to-face exposure for DMTC students with admission professionals from many college campuses benefited DMTC Seniors, helping them achieve their educational post-secondary goals.



From Broome High School

Noeli Cantera was accepted to Paine College.

Anabel Craft was accepted to Benedict College and Paine College.

Alexis Fuller applied to Miles College, Tuskegee University, and Virginia Union.

Kathya Morales was accepted to Paine College.     

From Spartanburg High School

Shanasia Chapman was accepted to Miles College and Kentucky State University and received the Dean B Scholarship in the amount of $12,000.

Cierra Clowney was accepted to Kentucky State University.

Najayyiah Lyles was accepted to Kentucky State University and Tuskegee University.

Da’sha Linder was accepted to Miles College and Kentucky State University.

Diamond Owens applied to Miles College, Tuskegee University, and Virginia Union. 

Dwyasia Smith was accepted to Kentucky State and Virginia Union.


 

 

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