CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
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
B'Fit Black Girls Fitness ClubClick or enter to reveal information below
Founded in the the Spring of 2019, The Black Girls’ Fitness Club seeks to promote health, wellness, and camaraderie amongst the Black female community on the campus of the University of Arizona. Black females are underrepresented in many other fitness/health clubs on campus; B’Fit seeks to provide a comfortable environment where Black women can share knowledge, learn, and engage in healthy activity with one another.
Organization Purpose/Mission: To promote health and wellness for Black women on campus through exercise.
Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA)Click or enter to reveal information below
BGSA is on campus to support students of color through their educational and social endeavors as they pursue degrees of higher education. We pool together minority graduate students from all over campus with the intent of building a strong network amongst students here on the UA campus.
Black Retail Action Group (BRAG)Click or enter to reveal information below
Coalition of Black Organizations (COBO)Click or enter to reveal information below
Coalition of Black Organizations, also known as COBO, was founded in Spring 2017 to unite the Black community on the campus of the University of Arizona. Our motto is "Strength in Unity," and we pursue this in all aspects including unification of the organizations under the Coalition of Black organizations. We encourage our students to walk with pride and presence in all spaces!
Executive Director: Brysen A. Young
Elgie M. Batteau Honor Society (EMBHS)Click or enter to reveal information below
As the first African American Honor Society on the campus, EMBHS is dedicated to scholarship, leadership and service in addition to always looking for new opportunities to collaborate with community members and students.
President: Trevon Brooks
Eller African American Honorary (EAAH)Click or enter to reveal information below
The mission of the Eller African American Honorary is to advocate and advance the Black community at the Eller College of Management through leadership with a focus on professional development, service and community.
President: AJ Banks
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)Click or enter to reveal information below
The Divine Nine Sororities and FraternitiesClick or enter to reveal information below
University of Arizona Black Alumni (UABA)Click or enter to reveal information below
Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS)Click or enter to reveal information below
Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS): MAPS is part of a national organization called the Student National Medical Association (SNMA). Our club endeavors to support the current and future underrepresented minorities pursing pre-health professions. MAPS is committed to addressing the needs of the underserved at the University of Arizona and increasing the number of academically excellent, culturally competent, and socially conscious pre-healthcare professionals. Our club is all-inclusive and open to anyone pursing a career in medicine.