African American Programs and Services
African-American Programs and Services serves as a program within the Cross Cultural
and Gender Center that provides educational opportunities for students, staff, and
faculty alike. Click here to check out the Harambe room at The Cross Cultural and
Gender Center and check below for some helpful tips!
With the vision to be at the forefront in providing African descent students access and success in higher education, the Office of Black Student Success offers a range of assistance.
The mission of the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is to provide access and support services to first-generation and economically disadvantaged students who demonstrate the potential to succeed at the university.
Sistah to Sistah is a club geared to creating a safe space for African-American women to share their perspectives. This club offers companionship, comfort, and support.
President - Veronica Taylor
The African American Social Work Student Association (AASSWA) is a student group composed of graduate and undergraduate social work students. The members of the organization have committed themselves collectively to the interest of improving social conditions and developing an awareness of the African American individual lifestyle, the African American family, and the African American community. The student group also provides academic and other supportive services to its fellow students enrolled in the department.
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West Fresno Ministerial Alliance is a community faith based organization dedicated to serving the needs of the Fresno community focusing on spiritual revitalization, and development.
The Chamber Foundation provides Education, Resources and Charitable Assistance to the general public through the creation, development, growth, and general welfare of the African-American community in the greater Fresno area.