Black Alumni Association


Black Alumni AssociationThe Whittier College Black Alumni Association (WCBAA) supports the College's efforts to recruit, nurture, and graduate Black students who become conscious leaders and engaged alumni. 

Through committed volunteerism and giving, the WCBAA has a pivotal role in

  • Recruitment activities and ensuring the successful matriculation of Black students
  • Fostering and maintaining positive relationships between Black students, alumni, and the College
  • Developing and providing scholarship assistance, career mentoring, and cultural advocacy through alumni networking, volunteer involvement, philanthropy, and social enterprise.

WCBAA Leadership 

Michael Moses '85, President
Chavez Fountain '81, Vice president
David Moses '83, Secretary
Harold Allen '84
Marc Brodnax '86

WCBAA Membership

Whittier College and Whittier Law School alumni may join the Whittier College Black Alumni Association by completing the Affinity Alumni Association application.

Black Student Support Fund

The WCBAA Black Student Support Fund provides scholarships to four Black students each year and funds Black student programming and emergency student expenses. To support this fund please reach out to or give directly online.

Contact the Whittier College Black Alumni Association



Black Graduation

Wednesday, May 8 | 9 a.m. - 11 p.m. | Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts

The Black Graduation honors and recognizes the accomplishments of our students of African descent. This specialized celebration allows students to celebrate their graduation in an atmosphere that honors their cultural heritage.