Other Campus Programs

Two MIB Students from Bridgewater State Univeristy pose for a photo with kids at the Family Life Center in Brockton

There are numerous programs throughout Massachusetts supporting low income students and students of color, with a particular emphasis on males. Below is a list of campus student success programs underway at our public colleges and universities, open to all but geared, in particular, to low incme males and males of color.

Berkshire Community College Men of Color Initiative
Contact: Colin Adams, Co-Coordinator

Bridgewater State University Men Integrated into Brotherhood (MIB)
Contact: Richardson Pierre-Louis, MIB Advisor

Framingham State University Brother to Brother
Contact: Sean Huddleston, Chief Diversity Officer

Holyoke Community College ALANA Men in Motion Mentoring Program
Contact: Andrew Fletcher, Learning Resource Center Coordinator

Massachusetts Bay Community College Young Men of Color (YMOC)
Contact: Bill Raynor, Director of Athletics and YMOC Initiative

Massasoit Community College Ubuntu Scholars
Contact: Jeff Joseph, Director of Minority Mentorship Programs and First Year Experience

Roxbury Community College Mentoring for Success
Contact: Elizabeth Clark, Coordinator for Student Activities

Salem State University Men of Color Success Initiative
Contact: Lisa McBride, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion

Springfield Technical Community College Male Initiative for Leadership and Education (MILE )
Contact: James Lightfoot, Coordinator MILE (Male Initiative for Leadership and Education)

University of Massachusetts Amherst Men and Masculinities Center
Contact: Tom Schiff, Director, Men and Masculinities Center

University of Massachusetts Boston Ambitious Men Engaged in Necessary Dialogue (AMEND)
Contact: Liliana Mickle, Special Assistant to the Vice Provost, Academic Support Services & Undergraduate Studies