CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR GRADUATING AND TRANSFERRING UMOJA SCHOLARS!
Christine Awambu, Josh Ngo, Amari Pursel, Vic West, and Vanessa Young are all moving on to the next step in their educational journeys, and we are so proud of them!
Update: Our college's physical campuses - including our Umoja village - are currently closed as part of the regional response to the Covid-19 outbreak.
Students in need of services should contact Dr. Maggie, Sista Dawn, and/or Tijan White by phone, text, GroupMe message, or Canvas email.
Are you interested in studying African American history and literature? Do you want to experience African American-themed cultural events? The Umoja Scholars Program is dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experiences of African American and other students. Join Umoja!
Why Join Umoja?
- Increase your potential for academic success
- Form lifelong friendships
- Attend college tours (such as HBCU campuses)*
- Become familiar with campus resources by working with UMOJA mentors
- Develop leadership skills
- Experience cultural events and activities
- Get help finding and applying for scholarships
- Be part of an empowering community
Check out the Umoja Scholars Program on Social Media
- Ohlone Umoja on Facebook
- Ohlone Umoja on Instagram
- Ohlone Umoja on Twitter
- Umoja photo album on Ohlone College's Flickr site.
Support the Umoja Scholars Program
If you would like to contribute your time and talents to the Umoja Scholars Program, please email Umoja@ohlone.edu.
We have an Umoja Advisory Group (UAG) that meets twice a semester. Our meetings dates and times are TBD.
Financial contributions can be made through the Ohlone Foundation. Please indicate that your gift is for Umoja. Thank you!
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