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The purpose of the PEAC²E program is to enhance the educational experience for the Black, Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) students at Folsom Lake College. The PEAC²E program, which stands for Peer Engagement for Achievement, Culture, Connection and Excellence, is designed to enrich the experience of BIPOC students by providing a space where students feel a sense of belonging, connection, and are provided enhanced academic support.

The PEACE program's efforts focus on promoting the academic, cultural, social, and personal development of BIPOC students, to increase student success and engagement and enrich the entire community.

We also assist in ensuring successful transfer and/or completion of degree programs.

Program Services

  • Peer mentoring
  • Dedicated success coach and counselor
  • Enhanced student orientation
  • Study space and space for community connection
  • Cultural celebrations and other related events, workshops, and programming
  • Dedicated academic/tutoring support

To join the PEAC²E program contact the Equity Center at (916) 608-6868, email us at or complete this interest form for more information and to subscribe:


Equity Center

(916) 608-6868

Dr. Addie Ellis
PEAC²E/BASE Program Counselor

Anastacia Dobson Bell
Student Support Specialist
PEAC²E Program Lead/BASE Program Lead
Phone: (916) 608-6472

Aubrie Harmon
PEAC²E Program Student Personnel Assistant


The Equity Center
Aspen Hall, Welcome and Student Success Center FL1-151b