Hampton University is hosting its 36th Annual High School Day April 4, 2014 on the University campus. This year's theme is "From Hampton, You Can Go Anywhere."
At the all-day event, prospective students will have the opportunity to speak to faculty and staff from various academic departments at the Open House and Academic/Student Activities Fair. Throughout the day the HU Student Recruitment Team (SRT), which helps plan the event, will give campus tours.
Hampton University Student Government Association (SGA) President, Da'Quan Marcell Love, was honored with recognition by online magazine, The Root, as a recipient of the 2014 Young Futurist Award. Love, a graduating senior from Henrico, Va., spoke on how humbled and honored he is to receive the award.
The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) has named its first class of 2014 HBCU All-Star recipients, and the prestigious list includes Hampton University Junior Whitney Johnson. The All-Star's were selected from a total of 445 candidates. Those selected were chosen on the basis of their continuous commitment to both academics and being an active participant in their communities. Students were required to submit, along with their applications a resume, essay, and recommendation letter.