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.


Please join us as we celebrate Black Excellence at Chabot College!

2019 Black Graduation Celebration

Wednesday, May 22nd

If you are a graduating Chabot student, please REGISTER HERE:




The BEA is proud to announce 2 available scholarships for 2019-2020, due April 5. – THE BEA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION IS NOW CLOSED

  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