Black Achievement Success and Engagement (BASE)
The Black Achievement, Success and Engagement Initiative (BASE) provides a foundation for students to grow, learn, discover and thrive. By offering high-impact, academic and extracurricular programs that center on the unique and yet varied experiences of students of African descent, BASE equips students with the knowledge, resources, skills and support necessary to turn their dreams into reality.
Learn More about our other BASE Initiatives:
Candice Harrison, Ph. D.
BASE Faculty Advisor
Associate Professor, History
Assistant Dean Retention and Persistence
Dominique Broussard, Ph.D.
Director, Marshall-Riley Learning Living Community
BASE Program Manager
BASE Administrative Student Intern
Social Media Student Coordinator
Black Resource Center Student Assistant