ACE: African Diaspora Cultivating Education

ACE Staff
Left to right: Clifton Sorrell, Aliyah Walker, Alia Cortez-Bridges, Jasmine Pomar, Maggie Njuguna

African Diaspora Cultivating Education (ACE) is a student-run program housed in the Student Recruitment and Retention Center (SRRC).

ACE was established by the African and African American Union as a direct action to combat the decreasing number of students in the African Diaspora who are pursuing higher education.

ACE seeks to create a supportive environment that encourages personal development, cultural awareness, and academic success through programming, retreats, and conferences that inform and empower students within the African Diaspora. 

If you are interested in getting involved or learning more about ACE, please contact the Administrative Coordinator.

African Diaspora/African American Community Resources

ACE is part of the larger African diasporic community at UC Davis. Please feel free to check out other resources: