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Last Week to Vote For The 2018 HBCU CONNECT Fall Scholarship Finalists Videos!

Last Week to Vote For The 2018 HBCU CONNECT Fall Scholarship Finalists Videos!
Posted By: Reggie Culpepper on August 01, 2018

Every Semester, HBCUConnect.com likes to offer a $1000 scholarship to one of our members to help out with books, tuition or room and board.

Please help us vote for the best video submission from our current scholarship contestants. The student with the most votes from our members and staff will land the scholarship for this Fall!

To apply for our next scholarship submit your application here:
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VIDEO #1: - Jonathan Smith - Howard University


VIDEO #2 - Omavi Hamilton - Central State University


VIDEO #3 - Kayla Smith - Spelman College


VIDEO #4 - Rachel Oyebade - Howard University


VIDEO #5 - Isaiah Wasson - Morehouse College


VIDEO #6 - Sia Hornbuckle - Delaware State University


VIDEO #7 - Xandrea Carswell - Xavier University of Louisiana


VIDEO #8 - Abisola Atilola - Howard University


VIDEO #9 - Dominic Carter - Alabama State University


VIDEO #10 - Staci Childs - Texas Southern University

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