Oakwood University will compete in the National Qualifying Tournament of the 29th annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge
(HCASC), at Harris-Stowe State University, in St. Louis, Missouri, on Friday, February 2.
The fast-paced buzzer competition highlights students’ academic prowess and ability to answer questions about history, science, literature, religion, the arts and pop culture.
One of 65 teams competing this year for institutional grants, Oakwood has won the championship in 2008 and 2009, and will be defending its 2017 champion status in the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge National Championship Tournament in Los Angeles, April 7–11, 2018.
Pictured is Oakwood’s Honda Campus All-Star Challenge Champion team receiving a check from the Honda Corporation during the 2017 Commencement exercises
Honda Campus All-Star Challenge is a year-round program that includes campus engagement, intramural play, qualifying tournaments and culminates with the National Championship.
Highlights from last year’s Honda Campus All-Star Challenge can be seen at: www.hcasc.com
Four (4) HBCUs will automatically qualify for the National Championship based on a public vote at http://bit.ly/2G79eVv
. Vote up to 3 times/day through February 5.
Honda has supported and celebrated America’s HBCUs for more than 25 years. Since 1989, Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC), one of Honda’s largest and longest running philanthropic initiatives in the United States, has impacted the lives of over 125,000 academic superstars from across the country.