What is the Collegiate 100?
The Collegiate 100 program (formerly called African American Male Initiative) was established at St. Philip’s College in 2004. The Collegiate 100 is a programmatic arm of 100 Black Men of America, Incorporated. The organization extends the 100's mission on college and university campuses across America. Each chapter is a responsible, productive and cooperative segment of 100 Black men, the college and surrounding communities. It is a highly focused and intensive culturally centered support program designed to increase retention and academic success of minority male students.
The focus of the initiative is student persistence, success and graduation. We achieve these objectives by helping students identify campus resources; providing support through mentoring to help the student navigate his academic experience; and engaging students in campus activities and social networks. The Collegiate 100 program continues to strive toward these objectives. These students are mentored by the Men of SPC, a group of faculty, staff, and administrators who meet regularly with them to foster and nurture a relationship.
Why do I want to be involved in the Collegiate 100?
- Promote a positive self-image
- Address current issues facing minority males
- Encourage an open dialogue on various topics to allow for positive healthy debate
- Promote a peer support system
The organization's mission and vision:
The mission is to support the sponsoring
chapters of 100 Black Men in their efforts to nurture and enhance the growth
and development of young African American males.
The vision is to ensure the future of 100 Black
Men chapters by developing a pipeline of exceptional young African American
and minority male leaders who are responsible and who proactively serve their homes, schools
How do I become a member?
Contact Mr. John F. Martin, Associate Director of Student Success, for more information about joining the Collegiate 100 organization at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 210-486-2135. You may also contact Dr. Richard Johnson, Advising Team Lead, at email@example.com or by phone at 210-486-2396.
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For more information, contact:
- Advisor: John Martin
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Location: Southwest Campus Bldg. #1 D-143
- Phone: 210-486-2241
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