48 HBCUs Heading to Los Angeles for the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge

The 23rd annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge will be held in Los Angeles from March 30 to April 3. A total of 48 teams from historically Black, or predominantly Black, colleges and universities will participate in the national championship tournament. Teams will participate in an academic quiz tournament based on the old television series, “College Bowl.” Since 1989, 75,000 students have competed in the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge and the automakers has awarded more than $6 million in prizes to participating colleges and universities.

Florida A&M University won last year’s tournament. The university has won the championship a record seven times since 1990. A complete list of the colleges and universities participating in this year’s event is available here.

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