The UMOJA Program is a first year experience program dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experience of students at Victor Valley College. The UMOJA program targets students that are interested in learning about African American history and culture. Traditionally, African American Students have a lower success rate in community college, therefore the aim of this program is to promote academic and personal success as well as encouraging transfer to 4-year colleges/universities.
The UMOJA program at Victor Valley College is divided into two unique cohorts: the Freedom Scholars, and the George Washington Carver Scholars or the 'Carverites".
- The Freedom Scholars
- This track is designed for students interested in non-STEM majors.
- This track is designed for students that are interested in STEM majors.
Applied Science, Architecture, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, Kinesiology, Math, Physical Science, Physics
Counseling, Student Support Network, Culturally Enriching Activities, Academic Success Workshops, University Tours, Book Assistance (up to $500 per semester), 2nd Year Assistance & Follow Up, Student Leadership Training/Opportunities, Linked Courses, Mentoring.
George Washington Carver & Freedom Scholars Course Sequences
Last Updated 2/7/17