Our celebration begins with words of welcome from some of our student leaders and the raising of the Pan-African Flag at the Chavez Circle Flagpole. Food will be served.
Jamie R. Riley, PhD is a celebrated Student Affairs professional and Founder/CEO of Engaging U, LLC. His outstanding work has greatly impacted campuses across the nation. He will inspire the community with his interactive presentation entitled “Defining OUR Collective Community: Unleashing OUR Nguvu.”
Columbia University administrator Flores A. Forbes will be in Black Student Center to dialogue with students prior to his Arts & Lectures talk later in the evening.
Be apart of the documentation of our history by participating in our Community Photoshoot. We are asking students, staff, and faculty in the Black Community to be apart of this staged photograph. Please wear ALL BLACK for the shoot.
Help us celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of the Black Student Center with a party! Come and share the importance of the BSC with others and enjoy some cake too!
Our formal celebrartion ends with CSUSM's first ever step show and competition, featuring teams representing organizations from the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), commonly known as the Divine 9 Fraternities & Sororities. This event is brought to you by the Black Student Center, Tukwut Life, Student Life & Leadership, the Black Student Union, and the campus chapters of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
Tickets are free and available at http://bit.ly/STEPISH.