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Please contact Diana Love at diana@thecollegeexpo.org or call 877-427-4100 and/or complete this form byclicking here.

We would love to come to your school, please send an email to: crystal@thecollegeexpo.org with subject “ Power of Me Tour Request” and attach the School Participation Form. Click here for form.

Please refer to our Events page for detailed information on our upcoming expo.

Acceptances on the spot, scholarships on the spot, educational seminars, workshops, step show, dance competition, networking, giveaways, performances, sororities and fraternities, etc.

We highlight HBCU's (Historically Black Colleges and Universities), Private Universities and Colleges, Military Academies, Community Colleges, Trade Schools, etc.

Can you send me a list of the schools that will be there?

‍We do not send out a list, due to the list being subject to change; but if you tell me what schools you are interested in, I can let you know if they are on our list of schools coming to the expo. We also have partnerships with all the HBCU's and have applications for most of them in the event that they are not present during the expo. If you’re interested in that resource. Please feel free to correspond with our College and Career Coordinator.diana@thecollegeexpo.org

how many schools will be there?

There are generally at least 50 schools in attendance, but this depends on the size of the expo. Schools who confirm attendance with our events are also not guaranteed is subject to change.

NCRF has been changing lives and connecting students to colleges, careers, and beyond since 1999. Dr. Theresa Price founded the organization in 1999 with a mission to curtail the high school dropout rate and to increase enrollment to degree and/or certificated programs among underserved and underrepresented students.

Please reach out to Rachel Ortega at: rachel@thecollegeexpo.org and she can assist with any scholarships that were given out on behalf of NCRF.

Please click here to complete the form. And we will be in touch with you.

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