Black Students Association

Educate, Advocate, Uplift, Fellowship

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Purpose

The purpose of this organization is to educate and advocate for black cultures, uplift academic prowess, increase social responsibility and leadership, and provide grounds for fellowship for the underrepresented students of the Embry-Riddle community.

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Officers

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Members

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Events

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Emails/Newsletters

Members Benefits

Members of BSA are much more than just T-shirt wearers or a group of like-minded peers. It is a family, it is a service-oriented organization, and it is a group of future leaders and mentors. Like the sound of that? Then take a look below at what we have to offer you...

Fellowship

We have regularly scheduled meetings, service opportunities, and social activities that help you find and interact with your peers and build yourself a robust home and foundation and ERAU

Prowess

Every year since its founding, BSA has held a Black Alumni Panel, as part of our mission to assist students of color foster connections with previous African American alumni who have reached or are striving for their goals in the industry.

Community

Community is everything to BSA, so much so, it is ingrained in our purpose. It is our goal to bring together African Americans on campus to provide a ground for fellowship and unity amongst our culture. We want all to feel comfortable speaking to each other in passing.

Jamarya Richardson
Vice-President
Dejah Saunders
Secretary
Justin Jaggon
Treasurer
Ronnie Mack
Faculty Advisor
David Harris
President
Malik Moville
Student Assistant Advisor

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