Cali HBCU & Greek “It’s a Different World” 90s Day Party


Come out and have a good time with HBCU ALUM & students, The Greeks and ANYONE who just wants to have a good time as we welcome Summer….90s STYLE!!




MUST BE 18+ And of course 21+ to drink\

ATTIRE: 90s Summer Chill and Swim Gear!!


8639 Lincoln Blvd Los Angeles CA 90045 626.676.7309 (TEXT ONLY PLEASE)

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Black College Expo Back In Town!

bce_la600wThe 16th Annual Black College Expo is Back in LA this Saturday! January 31, 2015 9am-5pm.  This year’s expo is hosted by Kel Mitchell (Kean & Kel) and is complete with on-site acceptance (I was accepted to Hampton University on the spot back in 2004, just have all your documents necessary, be prepared, and wait in line, IT WAS WORTH! Shout Out To Hampton U Pirates!), seminars, artist and celebrity performances,   aftershow, and a stepshow.  I recommend this to all High School students, just so you can be prepared and knowledgeable of your options prior to becoming a senior.  Students of 11th andcashforcollege2015 (1) 12th grade also have a chance to win scholarships. Tickets are going for a mere $10.00 per person at the door, $8.00 per person online, and a discounted rate for groups of 15 or more.  So get there early and make one of the best decisions of your life, I did, I LOVE MY HIU!

16th Annual Black College Expo

SoCal HBCU Reunion 2014

10440644_795689002032_4557750962580343011_nCalling all #SoCal #HBCU #Alumni and #Students. On Saturday, July 12th we will hold our 2nd Annual SoCal HBCU Reunion at Loma Alta Park from 1pm to 6pm. This event is promised to be filled with food, fun, and games….So come out and #Plei with the #CaliHBCUAliance.  Located at 3330 North Lincoln Ave, Altadena, CA 91001 this year is set to be another day of fun, friends, food, and festivities….lol.  Well worth the drive, bring blanket, and chairs.  I brought my grill last year, thinking about doing it again this year.  Hope to see you out there!

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‘Round Up’ Black College Reunion

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Fun music, fun people, fun times, If you missed the Black College Reunion you missed out.  It was so very awesome seeing everyone sporting their HBCU nalia and seeing greeks stroll again (LOL I miss it, you don’t just BGLO stroll out here like you do on the East or in the South).  I want to commend the California HBCU Alliance for putting on an awesome event.  And to be honest I didn’t even mind the drive, coming all the way from the South Bay up to Altadena was worth drive.  I ask that next event maybe down in Long Beach or maybe somewhere east, ohhhh what about Rancho, are there a lot HBCU Alum in Rancho Cucamonga?  I encourage all HBCU fam to attend the events such as this, Hell!, I encourage anyone with goals to attend events like this, the networking opportunities are impeccable.  I met so many people, some of which have the same desires  and goals as myself.  Good Job HBCU Alliance keep up the good work, I look forward to the next event!

Southern Girls Dessert Getting A TV Show!


Congrats Ladies of Southern Girls Desserts (fellow HBCU Alumni) on all your accomplishments, from opening your second shop in Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza to winning Cupcake wars now to your new tv show!

E!’s original special LA Sugar explores one of Hollywood’s hidden passions – stylish sweet treats – and the well-connected, creative people who craft them.  With endless parties and premieres, the competition is fierce and the stakes are high.  Every party planner worth their salt wants to feature attention-grabbing desserts that will have guests talking and leave them wanting more.  When there’s a craving for delicious sweets and only the best will do, celebs and civilians alike turn to the go-to teams known to cater to any whim and deliver above and beyond their clients’ expectations.  Taking viewers inside the competitive and always sweet worlds of Charm City Cakes West founder and Chef Duff Goldman; Jackie Sorkin of Hollywood Candy Girls; Rachel Crystal and Kassandra Workman’s Sugar Babies Cupcakery; and Shoneji Robison and Catarah Hampshire of Southern Girl Desserts, LA Sugar premieres Tuesday, July 30 at 9:00pm ET/PT on E!

LA Sugar Reality Show

Annual Black College Reunion


The California HBCU  Alliance would like to invite you all to our Annual Black College Reunion on Saturday July 27, 2013 in Los Angeles County! We want to celebrate our Black College Alumni, Students and Supporters. If you know ANY 2013 High School OR HBCU Graduates who will be attending a HBCU in the Fall, please make sure you send them this information. The California HBCU Alliance will also provide a FREE gift from our wonderful sponsors to the graduate if they REGISTER by July 15th. This Reunion is for EVERYONE. It is day filled with great food from our multiple vendors, Music from our FAMU Alumni DJ, FREE Giveaways and camaraderie. For more info about the reunion and registration please see below and SPREAD THE WORD that HBCUs KNOW how to get it done!!

12:00PM – 6:00PM

Class of 2013 HS Graduates AND HBCU Graduates MUST Register Below to receive their FREE gift from the California HBCU Alliance by July 15, 2013.

Wells Fargo Donates $3 Million to UNCF


The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) received $3 million donation from Wells Fargo Jan. 10 in conjunction with the taping of the 34th edition of “UNCF An Evening of Stars,” the fund’s annual television special, which took place in Pasadena.  The donation will help more African-American students to attend and graduate college.  Wells Fargo will invest $1 million annually in UNCF during the next three years, providing financial aid to support more than 57,000 students attending historically Black colleges and universities HBCUs.

Wells Fargo Donates to UNCF

14th Annual Black College Expo Returns To LA

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The 14th Annual Black College Expo Returns to LA February 2nd and as someone who was accepted to Hampton University on the spot (Black Collge Expo Oakland 2005) I definitely recommend making the trip to all High School Students.  Younger students can get a feel for what is necessary to get into their ideal schools and older students with all the necessary documents can be accepted on the spot to certain schools.  Helping over 375,000 students get into college and giving away over $500,000 in scholarships The Black College Expo will take place on Saturday, February 2, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

Make sure you have all the requirements necessary for your school, dress professional and you can have your college acceptance on the spot.  I had to go up to Oakland because after attending the LA Expo I didn’t do my personal statement, thinking since I was doing an on the spot interview I didn’t need it, WRONG.  The next week it was in Oakland so along with having a wonderful supportive mother, I prepared my personal statement and was on the road to Oakland the next weekend.  Now I am Hampton University Alum, Thanks Black College Expo!

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HBCU of the Month: Morgan State University

The September 2012 HBCU of the Month is Morgan State University.  For over 140 years, Morgan State University has been an important part of the higher education system in Baltimore City, the State of Maryland, and the nation. Throughout its history, Morgan has served the community with distinction while meeting the educational needs of an increasingly diverse society. Its designation as Maryland’s Public Urban University assures that Morgan will continue to play a prominent role in Maryland’s education future.  Morgan State is one of the few historically black institutions nationally to offer a comprehensive range of academic programs, in business, engineering, education, architecture, social work, and hospitality management, in addition to those in the arts and sciences and programs leading to the doctorate.Morgan was founded in 1867 as the Centenary Biblical Institute, a Methodist Episcopal seminary, to train young men in the ministry. At the time of his death, Thomas Kelso, co-founder and president of the board of directors, endowed the Male Free School and Colored Institute through a legacy of his estate.   It later broadened its mission to educate both men and women as teachers. The school was renamed Morgan College in 1890 in honor of the Reverend Lyttleton Morgan, the first chairman of its Board of Trustees, who donated land to the college.

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HBCU of the Month

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