HBCU Council of Shiloh Baptist Church ® Shiloh Baptist Church 1510 9th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001| E-mail Us: info@hbcucouncil.com | Privacy Policy

The HBCU COUNCIL of Shiloh Baptist Church (WDC) has been serving the Greater DMV for 15 years.  Delivering scholarships, workshops for parents and  guardians, free practice college entrance tests for students, school supply drives for elementary schools and  sharing the significance of HBCUs in America.  We would love for you to take advantage of what we have to offer, assist us in the delivery of our services or support us with a financial contribution.
We look forward to meeting you.
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Upcoming Events with The HBCU Council
The HBCU Council will be traveling to New York City via First Priority Trailways on Saturday, December 15, 2018! Reservations are $60.00 per person. Early bird reservations are $50.00 before October 21, 2018. A portion of the proceeds will go towards the HBCU Council Scholarship Fund.

Our schedule for the day consists of FREE parking located at the Howard University School of Dentistry Parking Lot located at 6th & W St NW. Below are our scheduled times for departures and arrival.

6:30AM - Depart DC for NYC Herald Square Macy's
11:30AM - Arrive and enjoy your day on your own!
6:00PM - Depart NYC Herald Square Macy's for DC
10:30PM - Arrive at the HU Parking Lot

To register online, click "Donate" next to the flyer on this page. This will take you to the HBCU Council's PayPal link to pay online. You can also email us at info@hbcucouncil.com or call us at 202-524-2696 with any questions you have or please see any HBCU Council Member!
The HBCU Council of Shiloh Baptist Church is pleased to make available the HBCU Council Scholarship Awards Application Cycle for 2019/2020. The HBCU Council started fifteen years ago with two $2,000 scholarships based on academic excellence and financial need. Since then, the HBCU Council has expanded its offerings to include nearly $10,000 in additional scholarships and awards.

If you plan to or already attend a public or private Historically Black College or University, we invite you to apply for one or more of these awards by January 25, 2019. To find out more about the HBCU Council and our activities, please visit www.hbcucouncil.com for more information.