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Black Male Achievers

The Black Male Achievers Program is a student resource program designed to increase enrollment, retention, and graduation rates among students.

What is the Black Male Achievers (BMA) Academy?

The Black Male Achievers (BMA) Academy is a bridge program designed to increase the retention, graduation and engagement of all students through successfully transitioning from high school to college, addressing scholastic and social challenges, and creating engagement opportunities that promote academic and career success.

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Earn College Credit

With CORE 42 at STLCC, college credits that you earn are guaranteed to transfer to any public college or university in Missouri.

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Support Equals Success

Your success is our success. That’s why we make getting the support you need—inside and outside of the classroom—easy and accessible.

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Workshop It

Participate in Student Success Workshops. These workshops help to get students acclimated to life as a college student and what it takes to be successful at STLCC and beyond.

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Explore Careers

Career specialists at STLCC are here to assist with your career exploration and help you transition from job to career.

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Explore Scholarships

Even at our affordable rate, paying for college can still be a challenge. Applying for scholarships can help you worry less today, as you prepare for your career tomorrow.

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Free Program

This program is free and open to all admitted STLCC students.

How to Apply

  1. Complete the Black Male Achievers Application
  2. Complete the FAFSA Application for the school year you will be attending.
    STLCC's FAFSA school code = 002469

Upcoming Events

Questions? Contact Mysha Clincy, BMA Coordinator

Mysha Clincy
BMA Coordinator

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