Progressive Baptist Church HBCU Tour
​St. Paul, MN
Hitstorically Black Colleges & Universities​​

The 2019 College Tour application
will open on January 1, 2019

Apply right away on January 1st
to avoid being placed on the waiting list. 


Please mail payments to address below and write the student's name on memo line.
 
 
 
Proceed Inc.
P.O. Box 251441
Woodbury, MN 55125





                                                                      HBCU College Tour Requirements​​


1.  You must be currently enrolled in grades 7 - 11
​2.  You must attend the annual St. Paul College Fair  Saturday, February 23, 2019
​3.  You must have a 2.0 GPA or higher. If you do not have a 2.0 you must show proof of tutoring.
​4.  You must submit your application online. Application deadline is March 15, 2019. Please note that spots are filled based on first to complete application process before deadline.  Click the link below to submit your application.  

LINK WILL BE AVAILABLE JANUARY 1, 2019 AT MIDNIGHT AND WILL BE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE





 5.  You must email your essay, current grades, and wallet size photo to pbccollegeapplication@gmail.com by March 15, 2019
      **Your  essay must not exceed 500 words and must specifically answer one of the following questions:
 
      - Describe your leadership experience and how these experiences will aid in your future goals. 

      -What are your career goals and what are your plans for achieving them?

      -Describe what you know about Historically Black Colleges and how you think attending one may be the best choice for you.
 
6.  You must pay a $120 non-refundable/non-transferable deposit by March 15th.
​7. You must complete at least six volunteer hours (four through Progressive sponsored events) before September 1st.
8.  Full payment due by August 31,2019.
  • If you decide not to go on tour please notify us by July 31, 2019.  After July 31, 2019 no money paid towards tour will be refunded.
9. You must attend at least 3 student meetings

​10. You and your legal guadian must attend all parent meetings and the one-on-one interview


Contact Annette Lee at pbccollegetour1@gmail.com with questions.

WWW.PBCCOLLEGETOUR.COM    


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Frequently Asked Questions

​1.  What is included in the cost?
Transportation, Housing, Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) while on the tour, Football game, Historical Sites

2. Will my child need any additional funds?
Yes, for any personal shopping or snacks while on the tour.

3. How many students are assigned to a room?
Four students to a room. Same gender.

4. Will a chaperone be sharing a room with my child?
No.  All chaperones will share a room with another chaperone

5. How many students are assigned per chaperone?
Four to Eight

6. Will my child's chaperone be of the opposite sex?
No. All students are assigned to a same-gender chaperone.

7. How were the colleges selected?
The colleges were selected by chaperones and students who participated in previous tours.

8. Are background checks performed on chaperones?
Yes. A criminal background check is performed on each chaperone participating in the college tour.

9. What if my child becomes ill while on the tour?
We will have a health care professional on the the tour who will care for your child in the case he/she becomes ill. In case of emergency, parents will be notified immediately.

10. What happens if my child misbehaves while on the tour?
Any misbehavior will be addressed first by their chaperone, then by Mrs. Clark. If neither party can come to an agreement or the misbehavior continues, a parent will be notified.

11. Can I call my child while on the college tour?
Yes, but please be aware that when we are touring the campuses, we ask all students to turn their phones on silent. In emergencies, please contact your child's chaperone*

*Chaperones will be assigned in August, at which time you will receive their contact information.