Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC) is a year-long, campus-wide activity. It brings together the whole campus community -- students, faculty, administration and alumni. The Q & A game combines academic material, popular culture and sports in a format emphasizing quick recall. African American history and culture is prominently featured in the questions.
The HCASC season involves two tiers -- the Campus Program and the National Championship. Campus competition takes place in the fall with all students eligible to
play in the Campus Tournament. Sixty-four Historically Black Colleges and Universities qualify to attend the National Championship Tournament, held in the spring.
After the Campus Tournament, the Campus Coordinator and Coach select the Varsity Team of players (up to 12 players). The Varsity Team meets in weekly practice sessions until the final NCT Team (four players) are named. Preparation is strenuous, but in the end, it is all "serious fun."
Annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge Campus All-Star Challenge is the first-ever academic competition between students at America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Honda has sponsored the program since its inception. HCASC campus play is open to all 4-year, degree-granting HBCUs in the continental U.S. Over 50,000 students have competed in the program. Each year, 64 schools qualify to attend the National Championship Tournament (NCT).
Feel free to visit www.HCASC.com for additional information.
For more information contact:
Ms. Kristyn Miller, Athlete and Transfer Student Coordinator
Ellison Hall, Room 118