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Release Date: 
Thursday, January 13, 2022

BMQFG hosts Historically Black College and University virtual tour Jan. 19

Event Date: 
Wed, 01/19/2022 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Online (Zoom)
A photo of an HBCU campus
An image of an HBCU campus

HFC’s Black Male and QUEENS Focus Group (BMQFG) will host a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) virtual tour on Wednesday, Jan. 19, from noon to 2:00 p.m. via Zoom. For HFC students, these universities provide wonderful options to transfer after you complete your HFC degree. All HFC students are invited, and will be eligible to transfer to these HBCUs if you meet their academic admissions criteria.

During this event, representatives from the following universities will provide a 15-minute tour and description:

There will be plenty of time for questions and engagement with the university representatives.

Register here to attend the HBCU Virtual Tour
(This event will take place during the regular meeting time of the BMQFG on January 19. The registration form lists all the regular meeting dates and times. You do not have to attend all the meetings when you register for this event.)

“In keeping with our efforts to assist students after they have successfully graduated from HFC, the BMQFG continues to provide support during the transfer process – and long after,” said HFC sociology professor and BMQFG faculty advisor Dr. Kalvin DaRonne Harvell. "The HBCU virtual tour is another example of the long-term commitment of the BMQFG to the success of our students. The best decision a student can make is to come to HFC, join the BMQFG, graduate, and allow us to assist you to and through the next phase(s) of your educational journey. The BMQFG has a holistic approach to college success. We help you start planning for your doctorate before you have even earned your first college credit."

For questions or more information, please contact Harvell at or Chardin Claybourne at