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Contact for FSU Honda Campus All-Star Challenge

Gavin Myrick
Rudolph Jones Student Center
Room 227

Honda Campus All-Stars

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"Celebrate the History. Create the Future.

28 years ago, Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC), the HBCU National Quiz Championship, was established to showcase the academic excellence of HBCU students. Over 125,000 students have participated. HCASC is a great game 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. 

Honda supports 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."

More than $8 million in grants from Honda have provided support for scholarships, facilities upgrades and other investments to improve the student experience.  

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."*

For more information about the history and development of Honda Campus All-Stars, visit their website at


The Honda Campus All-Star Challenge is open to any full-time undergraduate student!
In order to be a national participant, you must participate in the campus tournament.

Types of Questions

There is no specific list of questions or designation of categories for the questions asked.
Some general categories are:

  • History (U.S. & African American),
  • Literature
  • Mythology 
  • Religion
  • Current Events 
  • And many more! 

*Excerpt from the HCASC website,

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