MADE at ECU Multicultural Appreciation Day Experience at East Carolina University
MADE at ECU gives current high school students an opportunity to see how they can benefit from an exceptional education and wonderful social experience at East Carolina University. MADE at ECU offers you the chance to meet with current students and faculty, learn how to apply and pay for your education, explore our scholarship opportunities, and learn about the many different majors offered at ECU.
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Registration Click here to register to attend MADE.
Main Campus Student Center, on ECU’s campus
Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m., with the day ending around 3:00 p.m.
The day’s activities include:
Planning for college
The admissions and financial aid processes
What to expect at East Carolina University
Competitive scholarship opportunities
Current student panel
Pirate parenting panel: navigating the transition
Choosing a major
Academic and student organization fair
Optional walking campus tour
Various lunch options will be available on and around campus, or join us in Todd Dining Hall for $8.29. Parking is available in the adjacent deck.
Rolesville High School will host a celebration of the culture, esteem, and excellence of Black History onFebruary 1, 2020, from 10 am - 5 pm.
The HBCU (Historical Black Colleges & Universities) Fair will have information sessions from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm on college life, including NCAA Clearing House, Financial Aid, Greek Life, and much more. Our goal is to inform prospective students and the community of the benefits of HBCU's and the rich heritage that still exists at these fine institutions.
From 12:30 to 3:00 pm, we will have the showcase of various HBCUs and undergraduate admissions counselors & recruiters from across the country, discussing admission requirements and offerings, including on-site admissions for high school students! The second session, "Black in the Day," begins at 3:30 pm - 5 pm, and is a Black History Celebration that will consist of different performances of spoken word, dance, singing, fashion, and much more as we pay homage to the 80s and 90s era of black culture. Come out and celebrate black history! This free event is open to the public!