M.O.S.T. - Men of Southwest Tennessee
National studies reveal that statistically, college success rates among African-American male students are much lower than those of other ethnic groups and/or gender groups. Our country can't be satisfied with this statistic and think that it will continue to be competitive globally.
Every segment of the society must be prepared to make positive contributions toward establishing and maintaining a workforce that excels in terms of knowledge and quality output. To aid in this accomplishment, the M.O.S.T. program offers an excellent opportunity for our African-American male students to participate in a dynamic experience whereby they are supported through the following:
- A thorough battery of academic, career-interest, and barrier identification assessments
- Intensive case management services
- Monthly stipends
- Learning-support services
- Learning cohort support services
- Leadership training
Keep abreast of all of the upcoming events — check out the Student Events Calendar, digital monitors located around the college and like us on the M.O.S.T. Facebook (opens new window) page or the College Facebook (opens new window) page.
Project M.O.S.T. is providing MiFi devices to enrolled Southwest students!
- Union Avenue Campus C Building, Room 204
- 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (Monday-Friday)
- Kariem-Abdul Salaam, Director
- Debra T. Davis, Counselor
- Daphne C. Traywick, Counselor
- Annie D. Joiner, Counselor
- Kayla Tunstall, Counselor
- Kayla Tunstall, Secretary