To increase the amount of Black Males graduating from high school Facilitate their admission to college and Significantly increase their chances of earning a college degree.
A middle school or high school Black Male in grades 6 through 12. * A depressed grade point average that does not adequately represent the potential of the student, A history of disciplinary problems or the propensity to display irregular behavior. An expressed interest in the program. A willingness to consider post-secondary education after high school. * Any unique situation/problem that makes a student potentially at* risk.
Phase One (6th Grade-12 th Grade) Academic support activities (Tutoring) Personal developmental seminars Mentoring Career exploration and planning seminars College orientation and motivational activities Cultural Field Trips Phase Two (9th Grade-12 th Grade) Five (5) weeks of academic experimental instruction. Five(5) weeks of college residential life. Lodging, food, books, and classroom materials Summer matriculation for 9 th through 12 th grade students.
Yes, there is a cost for the program. During the academic year (Phase I), there is no cost for the program. During the summer (Phase Il), there is a fee of $350.00
Yes, we work out payment plans for those families that need financial assistance. In addition, we have community partners that assist the program by sponsoring some students.
Please visit us on www.fmuniv.edu and search Black Male College Explorers Program in the search box. You will find additional information
Please visit us on www.fmuniv.edu and search Black Male College Explorers Program in the search box. There you will find an application. In addition, you can email the program director Shawn Davis and he will be able to assist you with an application. Shawn.firstname.lastname@example.org