RULES & REGULATIONS
- All delegates are to carry themselves with pride and follow their respective school and district behavior and dress policies.
- The advisors and chaperones are completely responsible for their delegates and should know of their whereabouts at all times.
- There must be at least 1 registered advisor or adult chaperone for every 8 delegates.
- Cellular phones or electronic devices are not to be used during conference sessions.
- No alcoholic beverages, drugs, or smoking is permitted at BSCU events.
- All advisors, co-advisors, and chaperones must be 21 years of age or older.
- No outside phone calls are to be charged to the hotel room. Room to room calls only are allowed.
- All delegates must attend all scheduled functions. No delegates are to be in their rooms during conference time unless ill and with an adult chaperone.
- Conference badges and wristbands must be worn at all times. Delegates will not be allowed into activities, or receive meals without showing both badge and wristband.
- BSCU delegates must wear proper attire. Friday’s dress code is Dress with Pride. (club shirts, pride shirts, empowering shirts, etc.) Saturday’s daytime dress code is Business Professional. Saturday night’s dress code is formal or African attire. Students will not be admitted to events without proper attire. Sunday is BSCU shirts or casual.
Keynote Speakers for 2020 Conference
Kyna Clemons (Friday)
Dr. Wade Nobles (Saturday AM)
Runoko Rashidi (Saturday PM)
The BSCU Youth Senate will be hosting a Community Impact project during the 2020 Black Excellence Conference. The focus will be on Literacy and they are requesting that each school bring 100 books, or more, on behalf of the BSCU. Learn more about Reading Heart at www.readingheart.org