CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
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African Americans in the Life Sciences (AALS)Click or enter to reveal information below
African Student Association (ASA)Click or enter to reveal information below
Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA)Click or enter to reveal information below
Black Retail Action Group (BRAG)Click or enter to reveal information below
Black Student Union (BSU)Click or enter to reveal information below
The University of Arizona's Black Student Union (BSU) fosters a positive community for students through initiatives in cultural awareness, academic excellence, and social action. BSU creates an environment for students to share ideas, voice concerns, and engage in common interests. The goals of BSU are:
A) To stimulate Black unity, respect, and self-consciousness
B) To promote awareness of local, national, and international issues of interest to the Black community.
C) To participate in the social and political aspects of the Black community.
D) To serve as a positive influence in the academic environment of the University of Arizona campus.
E) To serve as an organizational base from which the concerns and needs of Black students can be addessed in the most efficient manner possible.
Elgie M. Batteau Honor Society (EMBHS)Click or enter to reveal information below
Eller African American Honorary (EAAH)Click or enter to reveal information below
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)Click or enter to reveal information below
Sororities & FraternitiesClick or enter to reveal information below
University of Arizona Black Alumni (UABA)Click or enter to reveal information below
QTPOCClick or enter to reveal information below
The QTPOC Speaker Series, supported by the LGBTQ Resource Center (with link: http://lgbtq.arizona.edu/qtpoc-speaker-series, the Common Ground Alliance (with link http://commonground.arizona.edu/) and the Institute for LGBT Studies, hosts up-and-coming artists, activists, and scholar-creators focused on QTPOC cultural productions. The QTPOC Speaker Series features public lectures and film screenings as well as workshops and performances for UA students and for the Tucson community more broadly. This innovative student-centered project highlights and contributes to the Institute for LGBT Studies' commitment to critical and creative scholarship, community engagement, rigorous cross-disciplinary intellectual exchange, and pedagogical innovation as well as inclusive excellence. Meetings are held in the MLK.