The BrotherHOOD Initiative (Helping Others Obtain Degrees) is a university-wide initiative designed to engage and foster a stronger sense of community for all students with a specific focus on men of color at EMU. Through collaborative partnerships throughout the university, the BrotherHOOD offers programs and services designed to guide students in three developmental areas (academic, socio-cultural and professional development).
BrotherHOOD Living and Learning Community
The BrotherHOOD Scholars is a residential community welcomes first-year men of color enrolling at EMU. The community provides year-round academic, personal, and professional support for a successful transition to college. The community focuses on fostering a strong sense of belonging for men of color at EMU with an emphasis on four community pillars: Healthy Relationships, Strategic Goal Setting, Achievement and Leadership, Persistence and Completion.