Douglas County student Jordan Nixon is featured in this CBS46 news coverage. Her completion of the Common Black College Application helped her to receive 39 acceptance letters and $1.6 million in scholarship offers.
Jasmine Harrison is featured in this WFMYnews2 coverage. Her completion of the Common Black College Application helped her to receive 113 acceptance letters and $4.5 million in scholarship offers.
The Common Black College Application Founder, Robert Mason, talks about the importance of School Counselors uploading student transcripts to the CBCA platform. If a Counselor does not receive an email from a students that has completed the CBCA they should do the following:
1) Have their Counselor go to www.commonblackcollegeapp.com and click on High School Counselor to create an account.
2) Once the account is activated, the Counselor will be able to upload their student’s transcript.
3) Students can upload their test scores in the Student Dashboard by using the same email address and password they used to complete their application.
The Common Black College Application Founder, Robert Mason, talks about the application process and how student applications are made available to all 50 HBCU Member Institutions. Students pay a one time application fee of $35 to apply to all 50 CBCA Member Institutions. Apply Now!
Mother McCauley High School student Ariyana Davis is featured in this ABC 7 Chicago news coverage. She completed the Common Black College Application and received 22 acceptance letters and over $300,000 in scholarship offers.
Common Black College Application Commercial Airs Nationwide
Common Black College Application Founder Robert Mason appears in television commercial that will air nationwide in December. Students are able to apply to any number of 49 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) at the same time for only $35 at www.commonblackcollegeapp.com.
Common Black College Application Founder Robert Mason At Lincoln High School
Common Black College Application Founder Robert Mason tells Lincoln High School Seniors in Dallas his high school grade point average and test score. You will not believe the student’s response. During the presentation, Mason encourages the students to attend a Historically Black College or University (HBCU).
Mobile NBC News 5 Coverage Of Students Completing The Common Black College Application In Mobile Public Schools
Local 15 NBC News, WPMI Mobile featured Jamarcus Jackson and his peers at Mattie T. Blount High School as the completed the Common Black College Application to begin their post-secondary pathway. The outreach is conducted by the Mobile Area Education Foundation and is a part of the 75 Degrees initiative Sponsored by The Lumina Foundation. Students can apply to any number of 49 Historically Black Colleges and Universities withe the CBCA.
The Founder of the Common Black College Application, Robert Mason’s, pre recorded greeting to the students and parents participating in the UNCF Indianapolis IAC College Fair. Geico is underwriting the cost of every student in the Indianapolis School District and the surrounding area to complete the Common Black College Application (CBCA) for free. Students are able to apply to any number of 50 HBCUs at the same time with the CBCA.
San Diego Unified School District Partners With Common Black College Application
The San Diego Unified School District Board of Education voted Tuesday, December 8, 2015 on a Resolution to partner with the Common Black College Application. The Blue Heart Foundation is Sponsoring this initiative by providing the opportunity for all seniors throughout the San Diego Unified School District to complete the Common Black College Application for free.
Action News 5 Coverage Of Over 1500 Students Completing The Common Black College Application In Shelby County Public Schools
In only three weeks, over 1500 students from Shelby County Schools have completed the Common Black College Application for free. The students were allowed to complete the application at no cost do to the support of a CBCA Sponsor. CBCA Founder Robert Mason talks about how the application is helping to break the cycle of poverty in families.
Assistant Principal Talks About Students Receiving Millions In Scholarship Dollars By Completing The Common Black College Application
Mrs. Pamela Rogers, the Assistant Principal and Academic Counselor at St. Mary’s Academy in New Orleans, talks about how her students have received millions of dollars in scholarships by using the Common Black College Application.
Mrs. Rogers also talks about using the CBCA with her daughter who received over $500,000 in scholarships. He daughter currently attends Bethune Cookman University – one of the 46 colleges on the CBCA.
She also addresses the benefits of School Counselors using the CBCA rather than fee waivers because of the options the CBCA creates and the opportunity to receive significant sums of scholarship dollars.
Kids Talk Education
Congratulations to Kennady Makiah Wade on being selected for the EDU, Inc. Common Black College Application (www.eduinconline.com) national ad campaign: “Kids Talk About Education”. The selection panel was enamored with Kennady’s infectious personality. After watching this video, you will understand why she is well on her way to becoming a star.
EDU, Inc. Launches Initiative To Promote Education Among Black and Hispanic Males
EDU, Inc. the parent company of the Common Black College Application has launched I Will Achieve (IWA) to create the opportunity for over 10,000 Black and Hispanic males to complete the Common Black College Application (CBCA) for free. The CBCA allows students to apply 35 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) at the same time. This effort is in response to President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative. You can donate $13 and give a student the “Gift of Education”.
EDU, Inc. Media Group On The Streets Of London
The EDU, Inc. Media Group, parent company of the Common Black College Application, film crew on the streets of London during the 2012 Olympics. During that trip, CBCA Representatives met with students from London that were interested in attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Grammy Nominee TYGA Receives EDU, Inc. Common Black College Application Outstanding Community Service Award
Grammy Nominee TYGA given the EDU, Inc. Outstanding Community Service Award while visiting Brashear High School in Pittsburg, PA. While on the F.A.M.E. tour with Chris Brown, TYGA has visited high schools throughout the country talking about the importance of staying in school. TYGA has provided the opportunity for more than 500 students, called TYGA Scholars to use the EDU, Inc. Common Black College Application at no cost.