Forsyth Tech Community College Minority Male Success Initiative


  • Monday—Thursday 8 am – 6 pm
  • Friday 8 am – 5 pm
  • Phone: 336.734-7385

Program Goals & Support Services

We have made a substantial commitment to support the success of our students. The college has a rich history of supporting and mentoring minority males through a variety of institutional initiatives and mentoring programs. The primary goal of the James A. Rousseau II Minority Male Mentoring Program is to provide support services and other incentives to enable more minority students to successfully complete their educational objectives without dropping out or interrupting their course of study. The following support services are provided to fulfill our goals:

  • Provide minority males an open forum to discuss issues and concerns
  • Provide structure and support to promote goal-setting and positive choices in decision-making
  • Increase awareness among minority male students of support services available
  • Assist minority male students with practical knowledge of budgeting, investments and savings
  • Hold individual and small group sessions led by senior mentors who are volunteers from the community and Forsyth Tech’s minority staff
  • Collaborate with organizations and groups on and off campus to enhance the services available to students
  • Utilize the Early Alert System to assure success in the classroom for all students
  • Share cultural and educational activities with local colleges to help our students become well-rounded

Staff Listing

Minority Male Mentoring Program
Allman Center, Room 114
2100 Silas Creek Parkway
Winston-Salem, NC 27103-5197
Phone: 336.757.3385

Name Title Phone Number
Greg Young Director 336.757-3385
Susan McCulloh Staff Assistant 336.734.7385