On Nov. 6, 2021, 16 Andalusia Excessive College college students made the early morning journey to Traditionally Black Faculty and College (HBCU), Alabama A&M College, a 145-year-old land grant establishment to take part in its Excessive College and Group Faculty Day.
The picturesque campus in Regular, Alabama that’s fondly known as “The Hill” is situated just a few miles from downtown Huntsville, Alabama.
This picturesque campus space is usually known as “The Hill” and is situated just a few miles from downtown Huntsville.
The AHS college students had been part of over 1,500 college students who had been greeted with welcoming phrases from the 2021-2022 SGA President, Miss Alabama A&M College, and President Dr. Andrew Hugine, Jr. After the greetings movies from Homecoming and the Magic Metropolis Basic had been proven together with the College’s Greek Organizations performing a Step Present earlier than the scholars had been taken on a tour of the campus that was performed by the College Echoes Pupil Ambassadors.
College students had been in a position to go to cubicles from the 4 schools; Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Pure Sciences; Faculty of Training, Humanities & Behavioral Sciences; Faculty of Enterprise & Public Affairs; and Faculty of Engineering, Know-how & Bodily Sciences to study concerning the over 60-degree applications supplied.
Alternatives for onsite acceptance, tutorial scholarships, and scholarships to the band and choir had been doable via onsite auditions for college students desirous about changing into members of the Marching Maroon and White Band and the College Choir. A number of of AHS’s college students had been granted onsite acceptance together with scholarships and several other others accomplished on-line registration.
To spherical off the day the group attended the soccer sport after which tailgated after the sport with former Andalusia residents and Alabama A&M alumni Ronnie Rawls and Rex Rawls; and Basic Lee Bradshaw and his spouse, Jenise Showers Bradshaw.
“Many thanks to current and former Covington County residents who are Alabama A&M alumni for making the trip possible. It truly took a village and Teamwork to make this VISION work,” stated AHS representatives.
College students taking part within the day had been: Zaniyia Anderson, Whitney Bradley, Saranel Brundidge, Soniyah Chambers, Erica Doss, Brianna Florence, Matthew Freeney, Taniah Johnson, Tanailah Wytch Johnson, Courtlyn Knight, Bryson Powers, Omarion Sneed, Kyleigh Swords, Abri Thomas, Javeen Thompson, and Shambresha Woods.
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