The Minority Male Community College Collaborative (M2C3) is a project of San Diego State University’s Interwork Institute that was established with a grant from the San Diego State University Presidential Leadership Fund. The goal of the project is to partner with community colleges across the United States to enhance access, achievement, and success among minority male community college students. M2C3’s research and practice agenda prioritizes men who have been traditionally underrepresented and underserved in postsecondary education.

M2C3 Updates

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HUFFINGTON POST: How to Teach Men of Color

J. Luke Wood, Frank Harris III, Khalid White, and Marissa Vasquez

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FREE WEBINAR: Assessing Initiatives Serving Men of Color in Community Colleges

hosted by the Minority Male Community College Collaborative (M2C3) in


Guidebook on Teaching Men of Color

M2C3 is pleased to announce the release of "Teaching Men  of Color


M2C3 launches National Consortium

Virtual consortium to support the capacity of community colleges to

Partnerships and Projects

Community College Survey of Men


Research and Publications