Black Student Union: BSU
The Black Student Union, BSU, aims to promote activities of common interest and cultural and educational benefits for the African-American student body. In addition, the BSU is the "umbrella" organization of many of the African-American student organizations, providing a forum for them to voice their differences, goals, and ideas. Furthermore, BSU encourages cooperation between its member organizations and the African-American student body.
BSU is dedicated to the following:
- Academic Excellence
- Community Service and Outreach
- Cultural Enrichment and Awareness
Marc A. Robinson
Assistant Professor, History | Interim Coordinator, Black Scholars Program
Phone: (909)537-5528 | Office: SB 355
Student African American Brotherhood: SAAB
Student African American Brotherhood (SAAB) is a dynamic organization established specifically to assist our participants to excel academically, socially, culturally, professionally, and in the community. SAAB is primarily comprised of male students who strive for academic excellence and make a commitment to plan and implement programs that benefit their community at large.
Anthony Roberson, SAAB Advisor
Associate Director of Operations, Santos Manuel Student Union
firstname.lastname@example.org | 909-537-7198
Student African American Sisterhood: SAAS
Student African American Sisterhood (SAAS) is an inspiring organization dedicated to unifying African American women through the development of a sisterhood of distinction. SAAS seeks to positively impact the lives of its membership through creating supportive networks among African American females, encouraging and assisting with personal and professional development and providing strategies for educational attainment and success throughout the collegiate experience and beyond.
Twillea Evans-Carthen , SAAS Advisor
University Ombuds Officer
TCarthen@csusb.edu | 909-537-5635