MB-HBCU college fairs are free to attend. However, students must register for the fair using our online student registration page. Even if you are coming with a school or community group, you must register individually.
Print out your bar-coded Admittance Pass and bring it with you to the fair. Each college representative you visit can scan your barcode, ensuring that the data you have provided is accurate and legible, so that they can contact you in the future. Registering online will help the colleges that you like save time, and let you benefit more from discussions with the college representatives.
This guide prepares students to take full advantage of the features offered by The Malcolm Bernard HBCU College Fair. It contains questions to ask the admissions counselors in addition to information about what to bring and how to dress. A “MUST READ” to have the best experience at the HBCU college fair.
Seniors – If you are seriously interested in attending a particular college or university and are seeking on-site admissions....
NOTE: Unofficial copies of transcripts will be reviewed by most representatives during admissions discussions. We encourage you to bring completed applications to the fair, but you can also complete applications at the fair.
Juniors and other students – If possible, bring copies of your transcript so that the college admissions representatives can use them to help answer your questions. Go to Student Registration to complete online registration and print your Admittance Pass. Bring your Admittance Pass to help demonstrate your academic accomplishments, extracurricular activities and future educational goals in discussions with the college admissions professionals.