2017 HBCU Tour finishing up it’s first week

With plenty of stops to go, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Tour closed out it’s first week at Morgan State.

The tour began at North Carolina Central University on August 11th and was packed with musical performances, guest speakers and sponsors eager to interact with the students. The second stop, at St. Augustine’s on the 14th, was just as live as the kick-off event, leaving students feeling inspired and increasingly ambitious.

The Should Could Dream Tour reaches approximately 3,000 students per event and will continue to travel the HBCU circuit into November. The tour encourages students to be their best selves and promotes an increase in the graduation rate.

The most recent showcase, at Morgan State University in Baltimore on Wednesday, was at capacity and had the entire place rockin’ from left to right! The momentum of the HBCU Tour only continues to build. We can only imagine the energy and impact this tour will have today at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina!

The next destination will be Bowie State in Maryland on the 25th!

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