Campus Resources for African American and African Students

  • The Community Advising Network (CAN) provides educational counseling, informative programs, workshops and other campus outreach services through the African Diaspora community counselors.
  • The Cross Cultural Center (CCC) offers many services, including programs and workshops, and a safe space to connect with students from diverse backgrounds. The CCC is home to Black Family Week, Black Graduation and the community intern for the African diaspora.
  • Educational Opportunity Program
  • The McNair Scholars Program is designed to help and encourage undergraduates interested in pursuing doctoral degrees. Each year, a select number of students are chosen to participate in this two-year program that provides essential skills to become a successful doctoral candidate.
  • African American and African Descent Student Resource Page. This page is full of relevant information for African American students, as well as African students.
  • Black Engineers Association offers support and activities to help black students excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
  • Minority Association of Pre-Med Students (MAPS) helps minority pre-medical students matriculate into medical school and other health care professions.
  • BlackOUT is a support Group for the LGBT African diaspora on campus. For more info, please contact: