The March for College Group

College Fairs

HBCU Community

Virtual Reality

March for College, Inc. A nonprofit founded in 2010. Producing unique college fairs and highlighting HBCU marching bands. Our newly added program connects the community 24/7 including college students and alumni! Get connected, get social, get informed… you know how we do!

Log into to get into the mix in our own social community! Connect, post, join groups, live events, pop up events, meet the recruiters, homecoming socials, alumni socials, college fairs, share stories, pictures… It’s an HBCU thing… You know how we do!

The March for College Channel displays our events on our social pages IG, YouTube, our, and soon the March for College Radio. Providing educational, information, and events.

Join the HBCU community Today!

Visit our 3D virtual reality site on by searching MARCH FOR COLLEGE or HBCU. Use your VR Headset (for 3D) or simply use your computer or mobile device (for 2D). Design your avatar and meet up on the March for College Campus Island! Socialize on the beach, amphitheater, HBCU Yard, beach bar, rooftop pool… Make sure you visit during your homecoming with your friends. The HBCU VR world will have you in another metaverse!

Get immerse in the metaverse campus island.

Create your avatar! Dress in your style.

2D using your laptop or mobile device.

3D get immersed using your VR headset and see a different world.

Do more connecting with people! Enjoy our events throughout the year college fairs, college socials, homecomings, events on the yard -rooftop pool – beach bar…

1. Go to 2. Create/dress-up your avatar. 3. Search HBCU. 4. Enjoy!




The founder of March for College, Inc. Adrienne Brown, created the Gilbert Brown Music Scholarship Foundation after her father’s transition late 2023.

Gilbert Brown was a Washington, D.C. high school band director. With both his degree and maters in Music from Howard University, he circle the music circuit, performing with the Dells, Gladys Knight and the Pips, and other D.C. bands. Also a proud member of the Omega Psi Phi. His genius in musicianship, the love he had for children and his enthusiasm for teaching lives on through the Gilbert Brown Music Scholarship Foundation by supporting high school and college musicians. Miss you 2 much Daddy!

Promoting college recruitment, informing and getting high school students excited about going to college, and connecting the HBCU community. Since 2010, our college fairs showcased HBCU bands performing, a college fair with an NBA game (Washington Wizards vs. Chicago Bulls) in Washington, D.C., college symposiums, partnered on events, and virtually with our community page and new 3D metaverse world grand opening last year! Striving to provide impactful information, while entertaining.