Carver's 48th annual College Tour will take place from April 8th to 14th 

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Chaperoned Carver students will soon board their chartered bus at the Carver Community Center for a life-changing, road trip over their spring school break to the schools they aspire to attend. The 48th Annual Spring College Tour will introduce middle and high school students to the rigors and joys of a college education. School administrators, admissions and financial aid officers, college students including many former Carver YDP students, and others give the tours, make presentations and interact with the visiting Carver students. Whether asking questions, touring the campuses, or sharing meals with former Carver peers now excelling at these excellent schools, the goal is to motivate each visiting Carver student to envision their futures as a successful college student. 

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This year’s Spring College Tour begins on Sunday April 8th when the students depart at 1:00PM from the Carver Community Center for Philadelphia, PA, where they will spend their first evening. Monday, April 9, the students will tour Temple University in the morning and then Tour LaSalle University in the afternoon. On Tuesday, April 10, the tour continues in the morning at Villanova University in Villanova, PA, and then moves on to Cheyney University of Pennsylvania in Cheyney, PA. The students will stay in Salisbury, MD for the evening. On Wednesday, April 11, the tour moves on to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Princess Anne, Maryland, and then in the afternoon the students will tour Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland. The students will then move on to Baltimore for the evening. On Thursday, April 12, the students will tour Morgan State University and then Coppin State University in Baltimore, MD, and then move on to Silver Spring, MD where they will stay for the evening. On Friday April 13, the students will begin the day at Georgetown University in Washington, DC and then move on to Howard University. The students will stay the evening in Robbinsville, NJ.  On Saturday, April 14, the students will travel to Six Flags Great Adventure ion Jackson, NJ, and then travel back to the Carver Community Center by 5PM. 

SEE THE STUDENT REPORTS FROM THE COLLEGES LAST YEAR!