WHO ARE WE?
Sub:Culture Inc. is a faith-based nonprofit dedicated to removing the barriers that impede Black College Students from academic success, holistic well being and a meaningful spiritual life.
WHAT WE DO?
We advocate for Black College Students by creating content for the campus, the culture, and the church and by providing scholarships for students who face crises that would threaten their academic success and holistic well being.
WHY WE DO IT?
Far too often, the same barriers that impede Black College Students on campus from feeling comfortable and thriving end up impeding an openness to faith and discipleship. Financial aid and crisis relief removes the economic barrier thus clearing the path for students to develop a meaningful spiritual life.
HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?
BECOME AN ADVOCATE
Success Advocates donate a minimum of $1,750, which Sub:Culture then funnels into the Sub:Culture Student Transition & Relief Fund.
This fund covers various financial needs of selected students for one academic semester.
WE SERVE BLACK COLLEGE STUDENTS.
When it comes to growing spiritually, there are unique roadblocks facing black students. While on campus, our students face social, cultural, historical, and economic barriers that impact their openness to exploring faith. One way Sub:Culture removes these barriers is by providing content tailored to their needs through our Sub:Culture Students initiative.
WE EQUIP MINISTRIES AND ORGANIZATIONS TO SERVE BLACK COLLEGE STUDENTS.
The road blocks facing our clients are most commonly related to access, education, effectiveness, and approach. Although there are a plethora of options when it comes to tactics, what use are tools if you don’t have a belt that can hold them? Sub:Culture provides customized packages to help our clients more effectively and authentically engage black students. We work with our clients to fashion a tool belt that is grounded in Scripture, informed by our historical moment, and cloaked with humility
WE AUGMENT FINANCIAL AID FOR BLACK COLLEGE STUDENTS IN CRISIS.*
In order to address the roadblocks in life that would more adversely affect, distract, control or define students of color than their counterparts, we have developed the Sub:Culture Student Transition & Relief Fund.
*No student who faces a crisis will be turned away based on ethnicity, sex, gender or religious background.
However, the predominant demographic in need of such a fund are students of color and as a result these students are our primary focus.