Engaging Generations of HBCU Students
In 1989, Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC) was established to showcase the academic excellence of HBCU students. Honda established the program to support HBCUs because of their unique and critical role in higher education, helping millions of students achieve their dreams. That aligns with Honda's guiding philosophy, "The Power of Dreams."
Over 125,000 students have participated. HCASC is a serious competition and much more: players widen their scope of knowledge, learn teamwork, sportsmanship, travel and represent their schools, become friends with school officials, including presidents, bond with their fellow competitors and develop relationships that make them, as our motto says, “Friends for Life.” These friends form a vast network of support during their school days and beyond.
HCASC alumni span the globe. Their career paths are varied: they are doctors, teachers, lawyers, community builders, scientists, professors, architects, researchers, writers, journalists, military and government officials, business leaders, entrepreneurs, artists, engineers, economists, musicians and more. They share an enthusiasm for learning and have put their education to good use.
Attention HCASC Alumni
We're calling on HCASC Player Alumni to update their online profile. Log In at the top of the page to stay in touch with your "Friends For Life"! We want to hear about your achievements, and what you are up to.
Check out the HCASC Alumni Hall of Fame and nominate former players. This award is not about how a player's performance in the game. Being inducted into the Hall of Fame is a reflection of how a an alumnus' life has progressed since their playing days. We look for HCASC Alumni whose achievements are noteworthy, in their chosen career, and giving back/being a part of society, be it their local community, and/or to their HBCU.