Black Male Achievers

Black Male Achievers

The logo for Black Male Achievers

The BMA program provides mentoring, academic advising, and academic and professional skill development via workshops and guest speakers all with the objective of helping our student members accomplish their goals of earning an associate’s degree, transferring to a university, and/or entering the workforce. Each member is expected to attend weekly workshops or guest speaker activities and actively participate in community service opportunities. Those students who meet those and other requirements are eligible to apply for a Strides scholarship that requires participants to conduct research on a topic and present that research in some capacity (e.g., student symposium, social media platform, etc.).


The many services and activities are designed to help student members:

  • develop leadership skills
  • develop an awareness of one’s cultural, academic, and professional identity
  • develop an understanding of self-efficacy and self-branding
  • learn how to network
  • demonstrate how to participate responsibly in the local community

Apply to BMA

BMA meetings are held during Fall and Spring semesters at 2:30 p.m. every Wednesday in TCC’s Center for Academic and Civic Engagement (SMA100).

TCC Main Campus
Science and Mathematics Annex (SMA)
Room 100

For more information about the Black Male Achievers program, please email