Black Students Association

The mission of the Black Students Association is to continuously create and maintain a standard of cultural awareness in the community while exemplifying Christian values. BSA strives to provide enriching activities on and off campus, while fostering a sense of community, service, and diversity for all students.

What to Expect
BSA is a group of predominantly African American students who come together to socialize, worship, and make a difference on campus. Each year BSA host several events specifically for members such as, Skate Night, Open Mic Night, and a PrimeTime event. Events like these bring members together for an enjoyable experience and help create the family-like community we strive to achieve.

History
In 1996 Essence of Ebony was founded by a group of concerned students who wanted to celebrate African American culture through a black history program. The organization later evolved into the Black Students Association (BSA) as an official Abilene Christian University student organization.

Officers and Advisors

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