From Black Male College Explorer to B-CU Wildcat

Daytona Beach native and graduating senior, Noah Douglas, is a former Black Male College Explorers Program (BMCEP) participant and currently a B-CU presidential scholar and biology student. 

Noah was home schooled from pre-kindergarten to high school. While home schooled, he was also dual enrolled at Daytona State College where he received his associates degree. Through his affiliation with BMCEP, Noah was exposed to many colleges and universities, after having joined the program in sixth grade. After consideration of many college choices, Noah elected to stay close to home, however, and attend B-CU where he was already accepted into a scholarly brotherhood. 

Today, Noah is a participant in the Male Development Institute where he served on the executive committee for Brother 2 Brother and Black Males in Higher Education Think Tank (BMTT). 

Noah will graduate during spring commencement on May 5, 2018, and is deciding between medical school at St. James Medical School in the Virgin Islands and Barry University‚Äôs Environmental Science graduate program, as he has been accepted to both of these programs.  

To learn more about The Black Male College Explorers Program and the Black Male Development Institute, contact Jermaine McKinney, Director of Male Initiatives at 386-481-2358 or mckinneyj@cookman.edu.