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Membership into the Collegiate 100 is drawn primarily from African–American male and female college students through Chapters on university campuses across America. Members of the Collegiate 100 will assist the local (Sponsoring) 100 Black Men Chapter with its programmatic initiatives that support the development of social, emotional, educational, and physical needs of youth who have few or no positive role models in the communities in which they live.


The Collegiate 100 program is not intended to create a separate functioning group that operates independently from the local Chapter of 100 Black Men of America, Inc. The right to use intellectual properties must be approved by the local Chapter through authorization from the National Headquarters.

The Collegiate 100, therefore, is not fraternal in nature and does not include the process of pledging or hazing to gain affiliation or membership. Rather, the Collegiate 100 adds value by serving as a core of service volunteers to help carry out the mission of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. and support the activities of the sponsoring Chapter.

There is also added value for the members of the Collegiate 100 to be with like minded men and women who can support each other in their pursuit of a college degree and support each other in  gaining valuable life skills.

Collegiate 100 Membership Eligibility:

To be eligible for membership in a Collegiate 100 Chapter, a prospective
candidate must:


1. Be enrolled as a current full-time student at an accredited college or university;


2. Be a student in good standing with the university and possess a cumulative GPA

of 2.5 (on a 4.0 system);

3. Submit a completed Application for Membership to the C100 Chapter Advisor;


4. Submit two (2) letters of recommendation of which one must be from a faculty

member at the college/university;


5. Attend an interview with the Board of Directors of the local 100 Black Men



6. Attend a mandatory orientation session conducted by the Chapter Advisor and

sponsoring Chapter;

7. Commit to at least three (3) hours of service per month;

8. Commit to mentoring young black males; and


9. Have a positive record ofextracurricular activities, community involvement, and campus organizations.

Collegiate 100 Chapter Responsibilities/Duties

Once a Collegiate 100 Chapter has been started, it must:

1. Submit a Membership Roster at the beginning of each semester, to
the Sponsoring 100 Black Men of Los Angeles, Inc., that includes the phone number, email address and mailing address of each member;

2. Submit a Calendar of Events, at the beginning of each month, to the Chapter
Advisor and Sponsoring Chapter detailing C100 members who will participate in
100 Black Men sponsored programs during the month, including the date and the
time of such participation;

3. Devise a C100 programmatic outline for each academic year;

4. Submit monthly reports of C100 Chapter activities to the Sponsoring Chapter
and report at the Sponsoring Chapter’s monthly meetings;

5. Complete Mentoring the 100 Way Across A Lifetime online training;

6. Identify a community mentoring need or opportunity;

7. Promote, among C100 graduating members, (a) active and sustaining
participation in the Collegiate 100 alumni program; and (b) the aspiration to
become a member of 100 Black Men of America, Inc.

8. Attend a 100 Black Men sponsored seminar; and

9. Attend the Annual Conference of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc.

The only C100 Chapter in process of being established in California is at Loyola Marymount University (LMU).

If you're interested in helping establish of a Collegiate 100 Chapter on your campus click link here.

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