Were you just wondering who can be an Umoja student and what the commitments are?
Then you've come to the right place for answers.
All Students Currently Enrolled at ELAC Are Welcome Who:
- Demonstrate an interest in African American culture and experience.
- Demonstrate attitudes and behaviors in line with the 18 Umoja principles and practices.
- Attend Umoja program orientation/welcome event.
- Complete a Comprehensive Student Educational Plan (CSEP) or Abbreviated Student Education Plan (ASEP) during first semester of attendance.
- One year commitment to participate in at least 3 Umoja activities and/or events each semester e.g.: Workshops, College transfer events, Tell ‘em Tuesdays, Porch Talks, and other Umoja "Village" activities.
- Meet with Umoja coordinator at least once per semester.
- Actively works towards academic success through maintaining a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA.
Umoja Student Benefits:
- A supportive community of faculty, staff, and peers to walk with you through your academic and personal journey here at ELAC
- Career and academic counseling
- Assistance with transferring to HBCU’s and other 4-year institutions
- Umoja sponsored events, workshops, and conferences
- Cultural experiences
- Create lifelong friendships and networks
Office Location F5 - 323
Available by appointment for online and in person services.