Application Process

In order to be accepted into the Call Me MiSTER program, you must first apply for admission to Grambling State University. Once accepted into GSU, you must submit the following materials for Call Me MISTER by March 1st of their intended year of enrollment.

  • Call Me MiSTER application (online application)
  • Essay answering the following questions:
    • Why do you want to teach and how will you be a benefit to the profession?
    • How will you be an asset to our program?
    • How do you envision yourself, and how will you make a difference in the lives of others as an educator?
    • What do you foresee as the biggest challenge for you as a (future) teacher and how will you embrace these challenges?
  • Two letters of recommendation from an educator, counselor, community leader or principal that express the student’s motivation for entering the teaching profession and ability to make a positive impact through education (send to
  • Resume including extracurricular activities and accomplishments (send to

Following the submission of the items above, an interview will be scheduled with prospective program participants to ascertain their potential for teaching and their motivations for participation in the program, as well as to provide an opportunity for clarification of any information submitted through the application process.

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Contact Us

Dr. George Noflin
Associate Professor

Phone: (318) 805-6225
Director of Black Male Initiative/Call Me MiSTER Program
College of Education
Grambling State University



It is the policy of Call Me MiSTER that no person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or in any way be subjected to, discrimination in any program or activity of the university. Participation in the Call Me MiSTER program is open to anybody, regardless of race, ethnicity or gender, if they are capable of facilitating the achievement of its objectives.

Discrimination based on age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation or veterans status is prohibited.