Empowering Future Leaders: The Common Black College Application Revolutionizing HBCU Admissions


Parents of high school seniors, if you’re looking to pave the way for your child’s higher education and cultivate an environment that celebrates diversity and excellence, the Common Black College Application (CBCA) might just be the game-changer you’ve been seeking. In an era where access to quality education is paramount, this innovative approach is making it easier and more affordable for aspiring students to apply to Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).

The Common Black College Application, an initiative by EDU, Inc., offers a streamlined and cost-effective solution for students aspiring to attend HBCUs. With just one application and a nominal one-time fee of $20, students gain the opportunity to apply to a network of 65 HBCUs across the nation. This simplifies the application process and ensures that financial constraints don’t hinder the pursuit of higher education.

To make the application process even more accessible, the CBCA has embraced modern technology. By using a QR code, applicants can easily access and complete the application online. This user-friendly approach aligns with the progressive nature of HBCUs, signaling a commitment to staying at the forefront of educational innovation.

In a world where education opens doors and paves the way for future success, the Common Black College Application is a beacon of hope for parents of high school seniors. By simplifying and democratizing the application process for HBCUs, this initiative is not only making education more accessible but also fostering a sense of unity and shared purpose within the African American community. GET EDUcated, and empower your child to reach new heights through the Common Black College Application.

By: Coahoma County School District


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