Welcome to the African American Initiative (AAI)!
Welcome to our AAI page! We are here to serve you! Our goal is to help any and every student by empowering them and providing the tools they need in order to apply for college and be successful. Be on the lookout for events throughout the year. We are working diligently in the community to provide the best resources for students. Please take a moment to look through our page!
Would you like to request a campus tour? Possibly an Afro-Centric tour? Here at Fresno State it is possible! Parents, teachers, and community members can request a tour, all you have to do is call our office and request one ahead of time. We will love to meet you and show you around. There are many services, programs, and educational opportunities that Fresno State has to offer you.
The African American Initiative will devote its efforts on outreaching to African American students in bridging the gap between the youth and college life by building a community among students, faculty, staff, families, and community partners through academic support, networking, and mentoring. The African American Initiative strives to increase the outreach to students and families in the community, help prepare more college-ready students, increase the enrollment of African American students on campus and increase the graduation rates among African American students for undergraduate level and beyond.
To inform and instill hope to African American students and families of the educational opportunities and resources that are available to them.
SAVE THE DATE! October 27th; CSU Fresno Super Saturday: African American College and Career Fair (Middle School, High School, Community College, and the community are welcome to attend this mega event.
To register please use the following link: http://bit.ly/SuperSaturdayFS.
Here is the link for football tickets for the game being held on the 27th! https://fevo.me/supersaturday
Summer Algebra Institute: Be on the look out for more information coming soon for Summer 2019. Churches and or community partners that are interested in being a site for the institute can contact Wendy Nelson at (559) 278-2038.