Pepsi Creates $25,000 Scholarship For Fan Favorite HBCU

In Summary

Pepsi wants to support HBCUs by donating a $25,000 scholarship to the school that students and alumni vote as their favorite university.

The Pepsi company wants to donate a $25,0000 scholarship to a Historically Black College and University after students and alumni vote on their favorite university. 

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The company, which is known for its cola brand, would like to contribute the $25,000 scholarship to the general scholarship fund of the HBCU that is voted as the favorite school out of all the universities across the country.  

Participants can vote online

To vote, all fans have to do is go to the website, pick the university of your choice and then submit your response for your favorite university. Only one vote per day during the voting period will be allowed. For eligibility, fans must be a legal resident of the United States and 18 years or older.  

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The voting period is open now and will remain available until December 3, 2021. The winning HBCU will be announced after the voting period closes.  

For more information regarding the contest, click here

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