Hampton U. to recruit in Qcity

Students who submit all required admissions materials will be interviewed and receive admissions decisions on the spot. Merit-based scholarship determinations will be made.

For high school seniors interested in attending Hampton University: The Charlotte Chapter of the National Hampton Alumni Association will host a recruitment and admission event on Saturday, Oct. 17, at The Park (formerly Charlotte Merchandise Mart).

Students who submit all required admissions materials will be interviewed and receive admissions decisions on the spot. Merit-based scholarship determinations will be made.

Seniors MUST bring the following to obtain an interview and receive admissions decision on site: A signed and completed admissions application form; $35 application fee (Non-refundable; Only cashier’s check or money order accepted); a copy of Social Security card; standardized test results (ACT or SAT scores are required of all students); official high school transcript; Three letters of recommendation (one must be from guidance counselor); essay on one of the following topics: Describe a personal moral or ethical dilemma and how it impacted your life, or How Should Today’s Youth Combat Negative Moral Influences?, or an autobiographical essay.
Refreshments will be served. Financial aid contact person available for FAFSA assistance scholarship determinations made for students who meet academic criteria (for info, visit www.hamptonu.edu/admissions/).

For questions about the admissions process at Hampton University, call the Office of Admissions at 757-727-5328 or 1-800-624-3328. For questions about the event, visit http://www.queencitypirates.blogspot.com/ or contact Chantel Bonner, NHAA, Inc. Charlotte Chapter Student Recruitment Chair, at nhaa_charlotte@yahoo.com.

IF YOU WANT TO GO:
Date: Saturday, Oct, 17
Time: 9 a.m. – noon
Place: 2500 E. Independence Blvd., Charlotte

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