College Tours

College Tours

The Kwame Foundation recognizes the value and importance of obtaining a college degree. We want to help increase the number of African-American students who enroll in, and graduate from, a college or university. Annually, we take approximately 50 high school students to tour multiple Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs).

During this weeklong tour, we introduce students to campus life and provide them with a series of informational sessions. Our tours give opportunities to make on-site inquires of college officials, and allow student’s to begin making educational goals and career aspirations. We believe our college tours motivate and inspire kids to achieve their goals and aspirations.

We support the students as they explore their future beyond their neighborhoods and communities. This tour without question is a life changing experience.

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Kwame Foundation  Spring Break Black College Road Tour

Spring 2019

Dates: March 25- March 29, 2019

Schools to visit: 

Arkansas Pine Bluff University, Texas Prairie View A&M, Texas Southern University, Jackson State University, Southern University and Alcorn State

The cost of the trip is $400 per person includes transportation and lodging (based on Quad occupancy)
Hotels provide breakfast

A $50.00 Non- refundable deposit will be required to reserve a seat on the bus.

  • 1st payment of $50.00 due by December 16 (non- Refundable)
  • 2nd payment of $100.00 due by January 15
  • 3rd payment of $100.00 due by February 15
  • Final payment of $150.00 due March 1

Forms of payment are cash, money order, Paypal, or credit card. (No Checks). Make money order payable to Kwame Foundation.

This tour is open to serious minded college bound youth, grade 9th – 12th. The students should have no known behavioral problems. Parent meeting will be held in January, date and location TBD.

Parent meeting to discuss the trip will be held on the following dates:

November 15, 2018 at 6:00pm
University City High School Library

For additional information, please contact:
Ms. Sonja Branscomb (314) 754-5603 email