The Men's Achievement Center

At NC Central, we strive to equip every student with programs to help them succeed academically, socially and personally.

The Men's Achievement Center

North Carolina Central University Men's Achievement Center (MAC) is committed to enriching the quality of students' collegiate experience and ensuring their success at NC Central and beyond.

400

Black Males Helped in Graduating

88%

Retention Rate in the African American Male Initiative 

2.76

Average GPA  in the African American Male Initiative 

Programs

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The MAC Brothers Initiative allows younger MAC brothers to grow while learning from the brothers who paved the way before them. This initiative focuses on skills development to allow our members to adjust to college life and prepare them to be global leaders upon graduation. For additional information about MAC Brothers, please email rheath1@nccu.edu or call 919-530-6064.

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Upon acceptance into NC Central, African American males are invited to join AAMI, live in the Living Learning Community and participate in program activities. After an application process in late spring/summer, AAMI students are accepted into a cohort of 40 men. Members participate in academic, leadership, identity, financial, and spiritual development, as well as opportunities to experience a sense of manhood/masculinity and brotherhood.

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Alumni Sponsors

Our Alumni sponsors help our program participants secure job opportunities, internships and mentor support, as well as donating to provide substantial support throughout the school year. As a committed alum, you may already be giving to NC Central University in other ways. However, a gift to the Men's Achievement Center's and AAMI is the only way to support the programming directly. Your contribution helps with engaging community programs, signature celebrations such as reunions and Homecoming, scholarships, career support and mentors, and educational and networking events.

MAC Spotlight

AAMI Senior Awards Graduation Dinner Photo Recap

Boys and Men of Color Conference

On April 13, My Brother’s Keeper Durham and North Carolina Central University Men's Achievement Center (MAC) hosted their inaugural Boys of Color Conference.

A.A.M.I Senior Awards Graduation Dinner

AAMI Senior Awards Graduation Dinner

At the Senior Awards Graduation Dinner, AAMI Seniors received their gold jackets and graduation rings. 

The Men's Achievement Center Staff

Roderick T Heath

Roderick T. Heath

Director of the African American Male Initiative Men's Achievement Center

Tyaisha M Troy

Tyaisha M. Troy

Administrative Support Specialist

Shaun Andrew

Shaun Andrews

Volunteer/Tutor Coordinator

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