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BLACK STUDENT ASSEMBLY (BSA)
The Black Student Assembly is the official umbrella organization and funding board that oversees recognized African-American student organizations at USC. Its main purpose is to celebrate Black Heritage, communicate with various associations of people and assemblies and educate the USC campus as well as the community at large. A chief priority of the Assembly is to build and strengthen its organizations and foster a community atmosphere amongst the black students at USC. BSA is poised to provide students with quality educational, social, and cultural programming. BSA’s annual events include: Black Welcome Week activities, Black History Month Activities, Black Family Soul Food Dinner, Soulsa, the Annual Pre-Kwanzaa Celebration and the Mahogany Awards.

For more information about Black Student Assembly, please contact Ahlia Bethea at bsausc@usc.edu.


Undergraduate Organizations

National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

Graduate Student Organizations

 

 
 
 
 

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