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The Village

Support resources for Pan-African/Black students at CSUSB

  • Office of Undergraduate Studies
    Undergraduate Studies Website: https://www.csusb.edu/undergraduate-studies
    The mission of Undergraduate Studies (UGS) is to provide holistic academic services that promote equity, retention, graduation, and student success. The core values of UGS include Student Success, Collaborative Community, Faculty/Staff Enrichment, Educational Equity, and Impactful Learning.

  • BFSSA: Black Faculty, Staff and Student Association
    BFSSA Website: https://www.csusb.edu/bfssa
    BFSSA on Instagram: bfssa_csusb
    The mission of CSUSB’s Black Faculty, Staff and Student Association is to represent the interests of Black students, faculty, staff and administrators, and to support the academic mission of the university.

  • Pan-African Alumni Chapter
    Pan-African Alumni Chapter Website: https://www.csusb.edu/alumni/alumni-association/chapters
    The purpose of the Pan-African Alumni Chapter (PAAC) is to build and promote the engagement of Pan-African alumni, students, faculty and the community-at-large by providing fellowship opportunities for academic excellence, professional growth, volunteerism and advancement.

  • CCC/PAC: Cross Cultural Center - Pan-African Center
    Location: Santos Manuel Student Union (SMSU) – 102C
    CCC/PAC on Instagram: smsu.ccc & smsu.pac
    The Pan-African Center (PAC) promotes and supports a sense of self-worth by focusing on developing the following six areas: Academic Excellence, Cultural Awareness, Leadership Development, Personal Development, Proactive Civic and Community Engagement, and Civic Engagement for people of the African Diaspora

  • BRS: Black Residential Scholars (Residential Living Learning Community)
    Location: Department of Housing and Residential Education
    Website: https://www.csusb.edu/housing/life-campus/living-learning-communities
    The Black Residential Scholars (BRS) Living Learning Communities are devoted to elevating the CSUSB experiences of Black/African American students by providing first year residents with academic, social and cultural resources.