K-State's Black Male Initiative
IMHOTEP is a mentoring initiative, for black male students in every college at Kansas State University, encouraging cultural engagement and community uplift, persistence and support, retention, degree completion and career/graduate school placement.
For more information on how to get connected, please contact Brandon Clark (785) 532-6436 or email IMHOTEP@ksu.edu.
Kansas State University's IMHOTEP Black Male Initiative seeks to increase the success of Black males by focusing on their retention, persistence, community uplift, cultural enrichment, career or graduate school placement, and degree completion.
Retention: IMHOTEP seeks to improve retention and graduation rates for Black male students by providing additional layers of academic preparation and enhancement, financial literacy to help students make well-informed decisions, and offering focused academic coaching.
Persistence & Support: IMHOTEP seeks to aid in student persistence and support by aiding in the development of life and professional development skills, career exploration opportunities. and organizing cohort groups for Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, and non-traditional students.
Community Uplift & Cultural Enrichment: IMHOTEP provides students with community uplift and cultural enrichment through regular group meetings, taking students on one cultural trip per year, and helping students give back to the community through one service/enrichment activity per year.
Career & Graduate School Placement: IMHOTEP connects students with the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry to inform about research opportunities and contribute to K-State's 2025 Visionary Goal of becoming a Top 50 Public Research University. Additionally, IMHOTEP organizes career development activities for students and assists with professional school test preparation for exams such as the GRE, GMAT, MCAT, and LSAT. Click here to learn more about services K-State provides for professional test preparation
Fall 2020 Meeting Schedule