Black Student Achievement and Success Programs


The Black Student Achievement & Success Programs host events and initiatives to promote the academic success of students of the African diaspora. Our goal is to increase retention, persistence, graduation and transfer rates by providing culturally relevant programming, support services and activities.

BSASP Programs & Organizations

Academic Program

Student Organizations

Faculty, Staff & Administrator Organization

  • Black Education Association (BEA)


Join us for the 4th Annual Black Success Celebration!


Annual BSASP Events

  • Black Family Welcome  – September
  • Black Scholars Celebration – February
  • Black High School Preview Day – February
  • AAREA/Black College Fair – April
  • Black Graduation Celebration – May



Other Activities

  • HBCU Campus Tours
  • Black College Fair
  • Black Transfer Day
  • Film Screenings
  • Open Mic Night
  • Brother 2 Brother Workshops
  • Scholarship Application 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.

2017 BEA Scholarship Recipients

Chika Achike

2017 Chabot Graduate

Major: Psychology

Transferring to CSU East Bay

Emani Sosa

2017 Chabot Graduate

Major: Psychology

Transferring to Grambling State University

Mathew Abiola

Major: Computer Science






Dr. Jeanne Wilson

Dean of Special Programs  


Dr. Stacy Thompson

Vice President of Academic Services/BEA President


Art Barboza

Striving Black Brothers Coalition Coordinator


Brenaia Blue

BAADL 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