Black Studies Association at LSUS
PURPOSE: In pursuit and recognition of the highest aspirations of intellectual, social, and cultural awareness, the Black Studies Association, hereby referred to as BSA, seeks to preserve the individual and collective rights of its members. BSA serves as a venue for its members to come together for the purpose of education, group unity, networking, and to promote their positive image both on and off campus by university and community involvement.
ACTIVITIES: Campus and community involvement, social/cultural events, inspirational speakers
Meeting Time: Every Other Wednesday
Meeting Place: BH 407
MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS: Currently enrolled students; any major
NEW MEMBERS: Yes
DUES: $20 a year
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CONTACT: Taneisha Gillyard
President: Taneisha Gillyard
Vice President:Ambrose Campbell
Secretary: Tischelle Phillips
Treasurer: Chedeline DeJesus
Social Coordinator:Tony Agulefo
SOC Representative: Robert Terry