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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

*HBCU - Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

For more details about the Umoja Scholars Program, please contact Dr. Maggie McKenzie at mmckenzie@ohlone.edu or Umoja@ohlone.edu or call 510-659-6273.

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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 next meeting is in December 2019, date and time TBD.

Financial contributions can be made through the Ohlone Foundation. Please indicate that your gift is for Umoja. Thank you!

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