CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Classic's weekend of events begins Friday morning at Browns Stadium with the College Readiness Fair.
This event allows CMSD students to learn about continuing their education beyond high school. Financial aid, networking and college life at historically black colleges and universities are some of the topics being addressed. Representatives from over 50 colleges, universities and organizations will be available to visit with the students.
The centerpiece of the weekend is when Winston-Salem State University and Morehouse College play football at noon on Saturday at Browns Stadium.
Other events include a Praise Fest and Greek Step Show at Quicken Loans Arena starting at 6 p.m. on Friday and a tailgate party at 10 a.m. Saturday at Browns Stadium.
While the College Readiness Fair is closed to the general public, all other events are free and open to anyone with the purchase of a ticket to the football game.
Tickets start at $15 and are available through Ticketmaster.
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