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Events & Registration

2014 HBCU Tour Final Meeting @ Valley High School
May 17 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
20th Annual HBCU Tour Begins @ Multiple Campuses
Jun 22 @ 6:00 am – Jun 27 @ 5:00 pm

United College Action Network (UCAN)

in partnership with area school districts presents the

2014 20th Annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Tour

The Historically Black Colleges and Universities Tour provides a unique opportunity to experience first-hand some of our finest Historically Black Colleges and Universities.  While on tour, students discover a climate of support in which generations of students have been taught that no one can limit their horizons.  Join us for an exciting 6 day tour!

The Tour Includes:  Roundtrip airfare from Sacramento, six days and five nights hotel accommodations at Embassy Suites, ground transportation in air-conditioned motor coaches, campus orientation tours, meetings with admission officials, all meals and snacks, adult chaperone ratio 1 to 8, four pre-departure meetings, and college prep/scholarship information and study books/materials.  Meetings are conducted in Elk Grove/Sacramento, Lodi/Stockton, and Modesto/Tracy/Manteca, CA.

College Tour Itinerary includes the following institutions:

Morgan State University, Howard University, Hampton University, Norfolk State University, Shaw University, North Carolina Central University, Bennett College, Johnson C. Smith University, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, Morehouse College, Spelman College, and Clark Atlanta University.

The tour departs June 22, 2014 and returns June 27, 2014

Price:  All-inclusive price of the tour is $1780.00.  The cost is payable in one payment or installments.  Adult /Chaperone (school counselors/administrators) price double occupancy is $1895.

Installment Payments:  After the $445.00 deposit ($225.00 non-refundable) is paid, the balance of the tour cost is due in three equal installment payments of $445.00.  These payments are due on or before the dates of each meeting. (Fundraising suggestions/projects available)

Cancellation Policy:  Refunds (minus the non-refundable deposit and airline ticket restrictions) will be made if notice of cancellation is received in writing on or before April 17, 2014) to the departure date of the tour.  NO REFUNDS after April 18, 2014.

FINAL MEETING-All Participants:  Saturday, May 17, 2014 at Valley HS  -  10:00-12:00.

For additional information contact Ms. Evans at (916) 591-8558(916) 591-8558 or email:








Where are they now?

Lynnise N. Davis | UCAN Alumni

High school Attended: Rio Linda High Class of 2001 HBCU College Fair

Kaya Herron | UCAN Alumni

Angelo Rodriguez High School Class of 2011 HBCU College Fair Year: Fall