The Caring For Young Minds Black College Tour was established with a vision to expose students to historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Students in middle school and high school have the opportunity to visit and experience different colleges and universities during the week of Spring Break to decide where they want to further their studies and gain the knowledge to select a major. Since 1998, the Caring for Young Minds Black College Tour has taken hundreds of young African Americans across Black College Campuses. Regardless of the destination, each student realizes the experience was much more enriching than a mere tour. Venturing afar or local, all of the students return home with a greater sense of what it means to attain good grades and attend a historically black college. Every child has the opportunity to attend college. With the help of volunteers, this vision came to fruition nearly ten years ago and still thrives today. The Caring For Young Minds Organization is stationed in Baltimore, Maryland.
2016 Black College Tour
March 26 – April 2, 2016 (Spring Break)
Check your school calendar to ensure your dates are the same.
Howard university (Washington, D.C.)
North Carolina Central University (Durham, NC)
Dillard University (New Orleans, LA)
Xavier University (New Orleans, LA)
Jackson State University (Jackson, MS)
Alcorn State University (Alcorn, MS)
Alabama State University (Birmingham, AL)
Tuskegee University (Tuskegee, AL)
Morehouse College (Atlanta, GA)
Clark University (Atlanta, GA)
Spelman College (Atlanta, GA)
Cost includes lodging, *most meals, transportation and entertainment. Student will be responsible for at least three (3) meals on their own.
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