The Collegiate 100 is a national auxiliary program of the 100 Black Men of America with 65 chapters worldwide on college campuses. The late Dr. James E. Walker conceived the Collegiate 100 program in 1995 of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. The first Collegiate 100 chapter chartered in 1996 on the campus of Middle Tennessee University operating under the 100 Black Men of Middle Tennessee, Inc.
The Collegiate 100 Program offers a portfolio based on the national pillars of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc.: Mentoring, Education, Health & Wellness, Economic Empowerment & Leadership. The cornerstone of the Collegiate 100 Program is student retention & academic growth.
The Collegiate 100 of Bowie State University chartered on the campus of Bowie State University on November 17, 2019. It was established to mentor, train, and develop students (young men and women) into uncommon individuals by giving them the skills and resilience to become extraordinary, high-achieving, and high-performing leaders. It provides paid internships, scholarships, and free training (including Project Management, Emotional Intelligence, Financial Literacy, and Foreign Languages) to its members.
The Collegiate 100 develops and participates in programs on the campus. Its members also earn community service hours by supporting the youth mentoring programs sponsored by the 100 Black Men of Prince George’s County, Inc. In addition, the members have access to a national network dedicated to helping our members’ professional and personal growth.
Facts about the Collegiate 100 of Bowie State University
- The second Collegiate 100 Chapter charted on an HBCU campus in Maryland.
- In 2020, awarded a grant from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for Educational Advocacy.
- In 2020, awarded a Chapter Capacity Grant from the Walmart Foundation.
- The only Collegiate 100 Chapter to encourage the study of Mandarin by creating an incentive program that rewards successful acquisition after 12 to 14 months of study.
- Our Charter President, Ms. Diamond Evans, currently works for the Memphis Grizzlies as an Activation Coordinator.
- Our graduates have worked for the Baltimore Ravens, the Brooklyn Nets, SAIC, CliftonLarsonAllen, Morgan Stanley, and NASCAR.
- The Collegiate 100 operates during the Fall and Spring Semesters only.
- Applicants must be at least a sophomore with a 3.0 Cumulative GPA.
- The Application Fee is $35 (non-refundable), and yearly dues are $100
To Request a Membership Application: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Pay the Application Fee/Membership Dues
Online (Credit/Debit Card) Visit: www.100princegeorges.org
- Step 1: Click the “Donate” button in the top right corner of the home page.
- Step 2: Complete the ‘Donation’ form. Where it asks, ‘What do you want your donation to support?’ select “Collegiate 100”. Click ‘Other’ at the top of the page and type in the amount you are paying.
- Step 3: In the Comment Section, type: Collegiate 100 Application Fee or Dues Payment.
- Step 4: Make sure that ‘Once’ is selected, and then click Donate.
You will receive a confirmation email from Anedot confirming receipt of your payment.