African Student Association
The African Student Association was established to bridge the gap between students of African decent and other students on campus, enlighten the students of the University of Michigan-Flint about the African culture, and help new students of African decent adapt to the cultural change of America to ensure a smooth transition.
Black Student Union-Flint
The Black Student Union works to promote cultural awareness, community service, and encourage a positive educational environment. The organization works hard to accomplish this through socials, educational events, and encouraging students to become involved and attentive to their collegiate experience.
Black Student Union (BSU)-Ann Arbor
The purpose of the BSU is to promote and sustain an atmosphere that is conducive to the political,cultural, social, spiritual, economic, and educational growth of students of African descent and the University community at-large.
The purpose of this organization is to encourage an interest in history, to help other students who are having difficulty in the field and to sponsor history related projects.
Student Contact: Justin Wetenhall
International Student Organization
ISO brings together many students from other countries and cultures at their monthly meetings. Friendships are formed, resource information is shared, birthdays, holidays and special occasions are celebrated. The students participate as a group in many on and off campus volunteer experiences.