Black Student Achievement and Success Programs

The Black Student Achievement & Success Programs (BSASP) provide support services designed to increase retention, persistence, graduation and transfer rates of African American students at Chabot College.



The BEA is proud to announce 2 available scholarships for 2019-2020, due April 5.

  1. $750 scholarship to a transfer student. Learn more and apply
  2. $350 scholarship to a Chabot College student continuing next academic year. Learn more and apply

BSASP Programs & Organizations

Academic Program

Student Organizations

Faculty, Staff & Administrator Organization

  • Black Education Association (BEA)


Annual Events

  • Black to School Night
  • Black Scholars Family Night
  • Black Graduation Celebration
  • Black College Tours
  • Gladiator Fall/Spring Welcome Day
  • Black Transfer Day



Other Activities

  • Open Mic-Spoken Word
  • Movie Screenings
  • Monthly Brother to Brother Workshops
  • HBCU College Fair
  • FREE Monthly Food Pantry
  • Scholarship Workshops
  • Monthly Sister Circle Workshops


BEA Scholarship

The Black Education Association offers an annual scholarship to continuing Chabot students and students who are transferring to a four-year college or university. Applications are available at the beginning of the spring semester of each year.

2018 BEA Scholarship Recipients

Laurelle Price

2018 Chabot Graduate

Major: Ethnic Studies

Transferring to Mills College

Firaol Midekssa

2018 Chabot Graduate

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Transferring to University of Rochester

Amanuel Haile

2018 Chabot Graduate

Major: Computer Science

Transferring to San Jose State University

Elysse Price

Continuing Chabot Student

Major: Biology & Allied Health, Liberal Arts



Dr. Jeanne Wilson

Dean of Special Programs, BEA Vice-President


Dr. Stacy Thompson

Vice President of Academic Services, BEA President


Art Barboza

Striving Black Brothers Coalition Coordinator


Tommy Reed

UMOJA Counselor/Coordinator


Dr. Kamela Peart

My Sister’s Keeper Counselor/Coordinator


Brian Augsburger

EOPS Counselor/BSASP Coordinator


Chilopie Millington

UMOJA Counseling Assistant    






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For questions, contact:
Brian Augsburger
(510) 723-7031
Building 700, Room 767M, 2nd floor