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ERIC Number: ED022819
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1966-Sep
Pages: 113
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College Opportunities for Southern Negro Students. Second Edition.
Spaulding, Ben, Ed.; Mason, Tony, Ed.
Arranged as an outline and index, this presents information on college and vocational training education open to southern Negro students. A section on going to college attempts to answer basic questions about college admission. College entrance requirements, tests, sample applications, and terms used in college catalogs are explained. A section on financial aid comprises the major part of the booklet. Scholarship, fellowship, and loan sources are cited. A guide to colleges lists some of the colleges outside of the southern Negro students immediate locale. General scholarship programs set up especially for Negro students are included. A section on career information gives names and addresses of organizations which distribute career information. Vocational and technical schools are discussed. A summer opportunities section lists work and travel projects for high school and college students. A bibliography lists additional publications about financial aid and other sources of information on attending colleges. (AF)
Univ. of North Carolina Scholarship Information Center, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 ($.50 or free for high school students).
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Authoring Institution: North Carolina Univ., Chapel Hill. Scholarship Information Center.; YMCA-YWCA Human Relations Committees, Chapel Hill, NC.