Our vision is to see graduate students, professional students, and faculty of African or African American descent transformed by Christ, renewed in their academic pursuits or professional lives, and serving as agents of change within the African American and African community, the church, and the worldOur Eight Principles
Black Scholars and Professionals minister to graduate students, professional students, and faculty through local campus fellowships. Our activities on campus includes:
Bible Study | Prayer | Small Groups | Mentoring | Retreats | Professional Advising | Outreach and Social Events
We have great supporters
Every gathering always leaves me with hope and faith as I hear the common struggles that we face as Christians and hear the testimonies about God’s goodness and faithfulness. BSAP gives me the strength to keep getting up!
Dr. Valencia Joyner
Professor at Tufts University
I was blessed to be able to meet other women facing similar struggles and challenges in life and work. Although new, the BSAP group already feels like family!
PhD Candidate in Biology at Boston College
We’re teaching them to transform the lives of the people around them by following Jesus with passion and excellence. We’re challenging them to place their academic and professional training at the service of God’s Kingdom.
Pastor of Life Church Ministries, Inc.
Ways you can partner with us
Are you interested in becoming involved in this exciting ministry to graduate students, professional students, and faculty of African and African American descent? We would love for you to join us! Here are three important, practical ways that you can support BSAP:
BSAP needs a team of people who will surround BSAP with prayer and will pray for BSAP’s future and growth.
BSAP needs to raise financial support for the ministry and needs individuals who will commit to support the ministry through their giving.
Staff & Volunteers
BSAP needs people who will donate their time and ability to serving the ministry.