Creating the Extraordinary Student Experience: Office of Student Life

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The Black Student Association (BSA) seeks to promote diversity, encourage leadership, work for equal justice, offer assistance to those in need, and provide activities that strengthen the bonds between students in the African American community. The best way to get involved is to come out to a weekly meeting; find out more at the BSA website.

BSA collaborates with many offices and organizations on campus, including:

  • Frank W. Hale Black Cultural Center
  • National Pan Hellenic Council
  • Multicultural Center
  • African American Heritage Festival
  • United Black World Month
  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion
  • Financial Aid
  • Allies for Diversity
  • Band of Brothers / Society of Sisters
  • Council of Black Leaders
  • Black Graduate and Professional Student Caucus
  • Muslim Student Association

Some of our annual signature events include

  • Casino Night
  • State of the Black College Student
  • Living Legends
  • Participation in the Big XII Conference on Black Student Government
  • Memorial Day weekend trips
  • Minorities within Minorities
  • Battle of the Sexes


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