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The Williams Center for Undergraduate Student Achievement (WCUSA) was established at Southern University at Shreveport (SUSLA) by SU alums Tony and Tina Williams, who generously donated $25,000 to establish the Center. WCUSA serves as a conduit to discipline, train, teach, and serve at-risk minority males, and to increase their presence in the academic fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM), Education, and Allied Health. Scholar benefits include

  • Scholarships and stipends to support tuition, books, meal plans, housing, and fees deemed as educational needs
  • Personal Accountability and Support
  • Professional Development
  • Brotherhood Development
  • Mentorship Development
  • Leadership Development and Service Learning
  • Volunteer Opportunities at SUSLA and the Surrounding Community
    Student Leader Ambassador Opportunities
  • Access to Academic Coaching, Career Planning, and Tutoring