CHICAGO, IL – The HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) announces it 2019 HBCU Royalty Dictionary Magazine and Competition. The Royalty Dictionary recognizes campus leaders who serve the title of King, Queen and SGA President at an accredited Historically Black College and University or Predominately Black Institution.

For five years, the HBCU Royalty Dictionary Magazine and Competition is an initiative that recognizes newly elected campus leaders through a pre-submitted biography and a series of questions pertaining to their campus involvement, strengths, motivation, and upcoming plans during their reign or term. Induction into the magazine, candidates are voted by the public and the top finalist will appear in the dictionary class of the following year as well as the magazine publication.

All interest campus leaders can complete registration for the completion online or download a paper version application here. The registration period ends on Friday, May 31 at 11:59 p.m. (Please note: SGA Presidents are allowed to enter the competition only if their institution do not hold a mister or miss position or whichever one comes first in replacement). Voting begins June 1, 2019 through July 4, 2019.

HCF welcomes and invites companies and organization to advertise in the magazine. The advertisement will provide your business or organization with exposure to our magazine supporters and readers to purchase the magazine and support sponsors and advertisers.

Interest companies and organizations can find the “HBCU Royalty Dictionary Magazine Rates” contract here or request by email at support@hbcucampaignfund.org. Please review the information and complete the form in accordance with the type of size of advertisement desired. Feel free to contact the HCF Office directly at 773.988.2106, if you have any additional questions regarding advertising options.

HCF continues to look forward this initiative in highlighting the future dynamic and visionary leaders and success of HBCUs and PBIs. For more information about the HBCU Royalty Dictionary Magazine and Competition, visit HCF’s website at www.hbcucampaignfund.org/hbcuroyalty.

Krishun Lovelace, Mister LeMoyne-Owen College 2017-2018 was crowned as Mister HBCU 2018-2019

ST. LOUIS, MO – Harris-Stowe State University is set to serve as the host of the 15th Annual Mister HBCU Kings’ Leadership Conference and Competition held January 30 – February 2. After 14 years, the conference has tied its knots with Lincoln University of Missouri. The competition with the theme of “Kings in Paris” is scheduled for Saturday, February 2, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. in the Dr. Dwaun J. Warmack Auditorium on Harris-Stowe’s campus. The advance admission is $5, and tickets can be purchase online here.

The mission of the Leadership Conference is to enhance the leadership skills for university males by creating an infrastructure for leadership that enables them to develop as spokespersons, roles models, and leaders in their universities and communities. The participants will gain from experts speakers, forum, and workshops. The conference will culminate in a competition on Saturday, February 2, 2019, that showcases each participants talent, oratorical skills, ease of manner and professional bearing.

The campus queens, and king contestants during last year’s 14th Annual Mister HBCU Leadership Conference and Competition at Lincoln University of Missouri.

This year’s competition will feature 20 plus kings. The creation of Mister HBCU Leadership Conference and Competition is credited to Mrs. Benecia Spencer Williams. Mrs. Williams is former Vice President for Advancement and Director, Alumni Affairs at Lincoln University of Missouri. Now that the event is no longer held at Lincoln University, current Mister Lincoln Dante West will hold the honor of being the first king to represent LU in the competition in 15 years of its creation. The current Mister Harris-Stowe will now step down and will not participate as a contestant. He will serve as a host for the week-long of events.

Each contestant will deliver a three-minute original speech entitled, “How can you, as Mister HBCU, inspire those you represent to define and live their Best Life?” Also, each contestant will perform a three-minute talent presentation. Contestants will be critiqued on punctuality, etiquette, professionalism, and presentation.

Awards are given to the following winners:

  • Mister HBCU will receive $1,500.00 scholarship, Sash, Crown, and Trophy,
  • Mister HBCU will be awarded the Alian L. Locke Fellowship (a 10-week paid internship),
  • First runner-up will receive $1,000.00, Sash and Trophy,
  • Second runner-up will receive $500, Sash and Trophy,
  • Mr. Talent will receive a Sash and Trophy,
  • Mr. Oratory will receive a Sash and Trophy,
  • Mr. Congeniality will receive a Sash and Trophy.

The Mister HBCU Leadership Conference and Competition accepts your support of its campus king participants and endeavors through a donation. Donations are accepted online at www.misterhbcu.org.

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CHICAGO, ILHBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) announces its 2018 HBCU Royalty Dictionary Magazine and Competition. The competition highlights newly elected campus leaders that serve in the title of king, queen or SGA president at an accredited HBCU or PBI.

For four years, the HBCU Royalty Dictionary is an initiative that spotlights newly elected campus leaders through a pre-submitted biography with a series of questions relating to their campus involvement, improvement, strengths, motivation and upcoming plans during their reign or term. The dictionary was initially housed on HCF’s website at www.hbcucampaignfund.org. Now the Dictionary is a published magazine.

Induction into the magazine, candidates are voted by the public and the top finalist will appear in the dictionary class of that following year as well as in the magazine publication. This year’s theme is “Creating Royalty. Engaging HBCU Culture: Past, Present, and Future.

All interest campus leaders can read all rules and register for the competition online or download a paper version application here beginning Monday, May 7, 2018. (Please Note: SGA Presidents are allowed to enter the competition only if their institution do not hold a mister or queen position or whichever one applies to come in replacement.) The competition voting begins June 1, 2018, through July 4, 2018.

HCF welcomes and invites companies and organization to advertise in HCF’s magazine. The advertisement will provide your business or organization with exposure to our magazine supporters and readers to purchase the magazine and support sponsors and advertisers.

Interest companies and organizations can find the “HBCU Royalty Dictionary Magazine Rates” contract here or request by email at support@hbcucampaignfund.org. Please review the information and complete the form in accordance with the type of size of advertisement desired. Feel free to contact the HCF Office directly at 773.988.2106, if you have any additional questions regarding advertising options.

The proceeds will provide funding to awarding the top voted finalists with funds to their courts or SGA cabinet during the academic term in the following magazine competition, educational scholarships for high school and college student, services at HBCUs and the continued efforts of the HCF organization.

HCF continues to look forward this initiative in highlighting the future dynamic and visionary leaders and success of HBCUs and PBIs.

For more information about the HBCU Royalty Dictionary Magazine and Competition, visit HCF’s website at www.hbcucampaignfund.org/hbcuroyalty.

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Lincoln University of Missouri is set to serve as host of the Annual Mister HBCU Kings’ Leadership Conference and Competition from January 31-February 3, 2018. It is in its 14th year. The competition is scheduled for Saturday, February 3, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. in the Richardson Fine Arts Center, located on Lincoln University’s campus.

The mission of the Leadership Conference is to enhance the leadership skills for university males by creating an infrastructure for leadership that enables them to develop as spokespersons, role models, and leaders in their universities and communities. The participants will gain from experts speakers, forum, and workshops. The conference will culminate in a competition on Saturday, February 3, 2018, that showcases each participants talent, oratorical skills, ease of manner and professional bearing.

This year’s competition will feature 15 campus kings: Bowie State University, Harris-Stowe State University, Winston-Salem State University, Prairie View A&M University, Langston University, Howard University, North Carolina A&T State University, Fisk University, Huston-Tillotson University, Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, Livingstone College, LeMoyne-Owen College, Talladega College, and North Carolina Central University. Mr. Rakeeb Akande, Mister Savannah State University was crowned Mister HBCU 2017-2018.

Pictured (left to right): Tevin Smith, Mister Delaware State University, first runner-up and Best Talent; Rakeeb Akande, Mister HBCU 2017-2018; Patrick Minor, Mister North Carolina Central University, second runner-up and Best Oratory. (Courtesy of the Mister HBCU Leadership Conference and Competition)

The creation of the Mr. HBCU Leadership Conference and Competition is credited to Mrs. Benecia Spencer Williams. Mrs. Williams is former Vice President for Advancement and Director, Alumni Affairs at Lincoln University of Missouri. Since the event is held on the campus of Lincoln University, Mister Lincoln University, Lorenzo A. Beach will not participate in the competition as a contestant. He will serve as a host for the week-long of events.

Each contestant will deliver a three-minute original speech entitled “As Mister HBCU, how will your platform ensure that the HBCU experience remains relevant in the world of educational privilege?” Also, each contestant will perform a three-minute talent presentation. Contestants will be critiqued on punctuality, etiquette, professionalism, and presentation.

The Mister HBCU Leadership Conference and Competition accepts your support of its campus kings participants and endeavors through a donation. Donations may be sent to:

Lincoln University of Missouri
Mister HBCU Leadership Conference and Competition
820 Chestnut Street
Jefferson City, Missouri 65101

For more information about the Mister HBCU Leadership Conference and Competition, contact Angela Martin at (573) 681-5502 or email martina@lincolnu.edu or Paul Small at (573) 681-5266 or email smallp@lincolnu.edu.

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IMG_0849.JPGWho is the HOTTEST DJ on the “Yard” within the campuses of the 107 historically black college and university?

HBCU Campaign Fund (HCF) organization announces its second year of its “Hottest HBCU DJ” competition, which will begin voting on October 12th and run until the 31st.

Last year competition winner was Chris Marshall, who goes by the name of DJ Chris Cross and attends the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. Aslo, FAMU alumnus and 2014 McDonald’s Flavor Battle DJ DJ R-Tistic announced the contest winner via video.

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2015 HCF Hottest HBCU DJ competition winner DJ Chris Cross (Chris Marshall) – University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.

All HBCU DJ’s that are interest can now register to enter the competition on our website here.