Forms of Use Disclaimer in Regards to College Titles
This appointed college title is not intended usurp the reign of any queens at a particular college. In fact,
Miss Black America Coed contestants are not allowed to use their title in any way at your institution without written consent from the Dean of Students’ Office (or any other authorized office) and approval from the National Director for the Miss Black America Coed. If a Miss Black America Coed contestant uses their appointed title on campus without prior consent from the Dean of Students, or another authorizing office and the Director of Miss Black America Coed, they will be disqualified.
The college is not responsible for the student’s travel or lodging for the Miss Black America Coed Pageant weekend, but if the student qualifies for travel funds, support is appreciated.
The college is not obligated to provide the student with of financial support, but if the institution would like to order a support ad in the program book to support their representative, the opportunity is available online at www.missblackamericacoed.org/ads.
The college is not legally liable to or for the student as a result of allowing the student to compete in the Miss Black America Coed Pageant as a representative of the college. The student, of her own free will applied to the Miss Black America Coed Pageant, and of her own free will petitioned the university for their permission to use college’s name while representing their institution in the Miss Black America Coed Contest, therefore, they agree to hold harmless the college or university in any legal issues or disputes resulting in their participation in the Miss Black America Coed Pageant. The contestant’s contract is solely between she and Black All-American Pageant System, Inc.
The student will provide evidence of enrollment at the institution to the authorized campus official at the college and the Miss Black America Coed Office in order to compete in the nationwide contest before June 1, 2017.