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Located in the Cordell Reed Student Union, room 150, the African American Male Resource Center (AAMRC) helps young African American males become eligible for postsecondary options
by making available those services that will offer academic and social support once
enrolled. The primary purpose of the Center is to collaborate with undergraduate students
in becoming efficient, independent learners. Program components are designed to improve
the persistence rate of African American males at the University by providing an environment
that emphasizes positive male development through shared experiences.
A major thrust of the African American Male Resource Center is to ensure that young
males understand and learn to value the long-term impact of staying in school as well
as developing a positive understanding of social roles and expectations.
For more information about scheduled programs and activities please access our "Calendar" page and select the month of interest.
In 2008, Chicago State University received a 2-year grant under the U.S. Department
of Education: Predominantly Black Institutions Program (PBI) to enhance the educational
outcomes of African American males. This initiative included development of the African
American Male Achievement Center. For more information about the PBI Project, click here.