HBCU Virtual College Summit for High-School Students To Be Held Online This Year

HBCUVirtualSummit.com will be held online on November 12th and will feature 20+ of the Top Historically Black Colleges & Universities along with expert financial planners, college counselors, and tutors to help high-school students and their parents make the jump to higher education during COVID-19

SAN MATEO, CA – High-school students and their parents interested in getting the latest information on attending college in 2021 and learning about the best options for financing the educational costs as they explore various college choices in the midst of this challenging COVID-19 era, are invited to attend the upcoming HBCU Virtual Summit scheduled from November 12th – 15th, 2020. This live event is free to the general public and registration is open to everyone.

This impactful virtual event will be an engaging, educating, and empowering 4-day experience uniquely designed to provide important networking opportunities, expert guidance, key relationships, and direct contact to the top Historically Black Colleges & Universities.

HBCUVirtualSummit.com is sponsoring this year’s event, which will cover key issues such as:

College Financial Strategies to Eliminate Student Loan Debt – Learn how to help your student leave college and not be saddled with debt.

Navigating the admissions processes for HBCUs in the COVID-19 era – Learn from expert college admissions advisors on the best practices to increase the chances that you get accepted into the school of your choice.

HBCU Virtual School Presentations – Gain exposure to over 20+ of the top HBCUs and learn first hand what college life is like attending these various universities.

This free virtual event provides unprecedented access to the top Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) and introduce expert tutors, counselors, and financial advisors to student attendees and their families.

Full details on the event can be found on the company website at HBCUVirtualSummit.com

When asked about the reasons behind creating this event, the host of the event, Kyle Roquemore said:

“During these challenging times, it’s important that our students get exposed to all the options they have for a higher education; and it’s equally important that our Historically Black Colleges & Universities are able to effectively connect with students and their parents to help ease the transition from high-school to college and make it as affordable and doable as possible.”

The HBCUVirtualSummit.com website has full details about the sessions at this year’s event. Interested parties can visit the website at: HBCUVirtualSummit.com

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