All Black Collegians Program participants need to meet the following criteria each semester during the  academic year:

  1. Meet with a Black Collegians Program counselor at least twice each semester.

    Students are allowed one meeting with a non-Black Collegians counselor to fulfill one counseling contact. It is the student's responsibility to provide a signed educational plan from a meeting with a non-Black Collegians counselor in order to meet the counseling contact requirement.

    Counseling sessions must be at least thirty minutes to discuss academic planning and/or personal issues. Quick questions and brief drop-in sessions will not count as a full counseling session. Drop-in counseling during the Summer and Winter sessions will count as a counseling session if the student is completing the Black Collegians program admission process.

  2. Attend a minimum of three program activities. Program activities include:

    • Black Collegians Workshops: Activities are held on Thursdays from 11:15 a.m. to 12:35 p.m. during the Spring and Fall semesters. Workshops focus a variety of topics which include discussions on African-American community and transfer information to promote personal empowerment and academic preparation. Workshops will be offered during the fall 2019 session. We will send out the information about these workshops via email.

    • Black Collegians Club (BCC) Meetings: Held on Tuesdays from 11:15 a.m. to 12:35 p.m. For more information, visit Black Collegians Club.

    • Field Trips – These activities focus on cultural and academic growth and include trips to four-year universities and transfer conferences.

Dates to Meet Program Requirements

To meet requirements for each semester, you will need to do two counseling sessions and participate in three activities between June 17, 20​19 and December 6, 2019.