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Spring Break College Tour 
Frequently Asked Questions

Question: What is the schedule for the college tour, and how long does it typically last?

Answer: The upcoming Spring Break College Tour is from Monday, March 25, 2024 - Thursday, March 28, 2024. It lasts for 4days and 3 nights. 

Question: Are there specific campus highlights or departments covered during the tour?

Answer: The tours will be led by student ambassadors from the prospective colleges on our list:

  • Clark Atlanta University

  • Morehouse College

  • Spelman College

  • Bennett College

  • North Carolina Central University

  • Norfolk State University

  • Hampton University

  • Virginia State University

  • North Carolina A&T State  University

Question: Is there a recommended time to arrive, and where should participants meet for the tour?

Answer:  Check-in time on Monday, March 25, 2024 is from 4:30am-4:45am. 


Departure location: Oxon Hill Park & Ride 6710 Oxon Hill Rd, Oxon Hill, MD 20745 (Parking lot across the light from Royal Farms)

Question: How can I register for the college tour, and is there a limit to the number of participants per tour?

Answer: You can register for the college tour by Clicking Here. The tour is limited to 48 students.

Question: Can parents or guardians participate in the college tour alongside their students?

Answer:  Only if there are available seats. We prioritize spots for students first.

Question: Is there a fee associated with the college tour, and how can it be paid?

Answer:  The cost of the tour is $750.00. We offer several payment plan options Click Here for more options. 

Question: What should participants wear or bring for the college tour, and are there any restrictions on photography or video recording?

Answer:  We have a strict dress code during the college tour. See below dress code for female and male:

Female Attire


Slacks or Khakis

(absolutely no leggings, skirts or jeans)



Button down Shirt or blouse

(no cleavage)



Comfortable shoes (absolutely no sneakers/tennis shoes)

Absolutely no baggy jeans, sneakers, ripped tees, or shirts that reveal body parts.

Male Attire



Slacks or Khakis

(absolutely no leggings or jeans)



Blazer, Sweater or Vest, Button down

or polo shirt



Comfortable shoes or all black Nike boots (absolutely no sneakers/tennis shoes)

Absolutely no baggy jeans, sneakers, ripped tees, or shirts that reveal body parts.

For Photo and Video restrictions, here’s what you need to know:

Students and Parents are required to grant permission to Suited 4 Success, its representatives and employees the right to take photographs and video of the student and the property in connection with the College Tour. They are required to authorize Suited 4 Success, its assigns and transferees to copyright, use and publish the same in print and/or electronically.

Student and Parents are required to agree that Suited 4 Success may use such photographs of the students with or without their names and for any lawful purpose, including for example such purposes as promotion, illustration, advertising, and Web content.

Question: Will the students be staying on campus or in a hotel? If, hotel where would they be staying?

Answer:  Students will be staying in a hotel. All hotels will be shared with families during the mandatory meeting. 

Question: What is the policy regarding the number of students allowed in a hotel room during the college tour, and are there any specific guidelines or restrictions in place?

Answer:  There will be (4) students per room - All hotels have (2) Double Queen Beds


Students are allowed to choose their own roommates if they have a friend attending the tour. If they don’t know anyone attending the tour we will help them choose a roommate. 

Question: Will there be any pre-tour meetings or informational sessions for families to attend, where they can learn more about the details of the college tour and address any specific questions or concerns?

Answer:  We are hosting two virtual information sessions - January 9 & March 5. Click Here to access the zoom link. 

Question: Do participants need to reside in the departing state to join the college tour, or is it open to students and families from various locations?

Answer: No, the college tour is open to all students who wish to attend as long as you can meet the bus. 

Question: Is the college tour exclusively for students attending a specific school, or can students from various educational institutions participate?

Answer: No, the college tour is open for all students regardless of the high school they attend. 

Question: When registering for the college tour, how can I include information about my student(s) since the form seems to only request payment details?

Answer: Once you process your payment, you will receive a thank you email with a Google form link where you will be required to supply all necessary information about your student within 48-hours. 

Question: Your website states all families must attend a mandatory meeting. What if I have a school function? 

Answer: This meeting is mandatory you must mark off your calendar there is NO EXCEPTIONS. You must attend the virtual meeting with your camera on accompanied by a parent or guardian. Attendance is taken.  

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