Register for the 2014 NYUL HBCU Fair!

Date posted: November 12, 2014

Register Today for the 2014 NYUL HBCU Fair! – at Riverbank State Park in NYC on Saturday, November 15, 2014 from 11am-3pm

The New York Urban League, in partnership with the NYUL Young Professionals, Riverbank State Park and the Malcolm Bernard HBCU Fair invite you and your students to attend the 28th Annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Fair (HBCU) on Saturday, November 15, 2014. The fair will be held at Riverbank State Park at 679 Riverside Drive at 145th Street, from 11:00am-3:30pm.

This year’s fair will offer students access to over 40 HBCU admissions representatives, alumni, and staff , along with college and scholarship resources from organizations like College Board , NYC College Line, United Negro College Fund and other notable organizations. We would also like you to join us for our Midday show and HBCU Experience Panel to get firsthand look at being an HBCU student.

For qualified seniors, a number of schools will offer on-site admissions, fee waivers, and scholarships. At the 2013 fair, 214 students were admitted on-site, 538 fees were waived and $178, 948 were awarded in scholarships. These perks allow students the opportunity to gain early admissions to many highly competitive institutions for Fall 2015. Students should come prepared with copies of their transcripts and SAT/ACT scores to access these opportunities.

All students are encouraged to pre-register for the best access to schools, workshops and all aspects of the fair.  Please visit to pre-register students, see our student checklist and to find out more information about the fair. Each student must register individually and interested parents and counselors are also invited to register online.

For additional questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to Tiana McFarlane, at, or call 212-926-8000 ext. 136.

HBCU Fair Flyer-2014

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