African American Male Initiative (AAMI)


The African American Male Initiative (AAMI) is a completion initiative designed to help young men find their passion, walk in their purpose, and reach their potential.

Specifically, the purpose of the program is to retain students from term to term, ensuring that students maintain a GPA in good standing, experience personal and professional development, and complete their degree/certificate on time (within 2-3 years). This program is culturally relevant and supports men of color at their level of need, whether it is academic, professional, social, or emotional.

Visit the Student African American Brotherhood (SAAB) National organization.



2018 Graduates from AAMI

Bryson Burlong, Real Estate
Bryson Burlong
Real Estate
Kion Johnson, Construction Science
Kion Johnson
Construction Science
Rodney Mack, Liberal Arts
Rodney Mack
Liberal Arts
Allen Richardson, Political Science
Allen Richardson
Political Science
Martez Warren, Creative Writing
Martez Warren
Creative Writing

Brother 2 Brother Meetings for Fall Semester

Our Brother 2 Brother meetings are informative and impactful! We work to bring topics that will help to develop our students academically, professionally and personally. We also celebrate birthdays monthly on the last Friday of each month with cake. There will be more exciting guests and topics for fall semester 2018! Continue to watch this section for more updates and information.

All meetings are located in Building 8, Room 8027 unless otherwise listed.

AAMI Group Meeting





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