Community Dinner 1: Dinner at Paul Quinn College

Tuesday, November 14

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Community Dinner 1: Dinner at Paul Quinn College

Location: Skybridge Registration (2nd Floor, Convention)

Community Dinners

Pre-registration is required.
Please visit the registration desk onsite (Skybridge Registration (2nd Floor, Convention) or email if you’re interested in attending. Space is limited.


Paul Quinn College is a private, faith-based, four-year, liberal arts-inspired college that was founded on April 4, 1872, by a group of African Methodist Episcopal Church preachers in Austin, Texas. The school’s original purpose was to educate freed slaves and their offspring. Today, PQC proudly educates students of all races and socio-economic classes under the banner of its institutional ethos, WE over Me.

Located in Dallas, Paul Quinn College continues to grow its position as the first urban work college. For that title, the school is a federally recognized institution where students spend part of their week learning through a job or paid internship and the rest of their time spent in academic classes. Under the New Urban College Model, students graduate with less than $10,000 in student loan debt.

During this dinner, participants will have an opportunity to tour the campus and hear experiences from faculty, stakeholders and current students of the college.

Meet at the registration desk at 5:30 pm

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