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Student Organizations Affiliated with Black Student Success

Below are some of the current student organizations associated with the Black Student Success Program. To learn more about any of our affiliated student organizations, visit our office in Price House 103, or email us at

Black Student Union (BSU)

The purpose of the University of the Pacific's Black Student Union is to build a strong cohesive Community with Pacific and African Americans. We stand together as a diverse group to bring awareness to social issues, world issues and political issues. We are here to educate and welcome people from all backgrounds to serve as a social and cultural outlet for all members and affiliates.

Black Christian Ministries (BCM)

BCM exists to minister to the unique needs of the community and helps to develop extraordinary Black Christian leaders and world changers through involvement in global, local and campus events and activities.

Pacific African Student Association

The PASA is a club that represents the different cultures within Africa as some students identify differently as Black, African American, etc.

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

The NSBE chapter at Pacific is to increase the number of Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. The overall NSBE organization has more than 30,000 members and is one of the largest student-managed organizations in the country.


CODE BLACK is a step team that was founded in Spring 2019.  They will be performing at different events such as halftime shows and Pacific highlighted events. 

Students Emerging as Pacificans

The purpose of STEPS on campus is to welcome new Black Pacific students to the University by inviting them to campus early to participate in retreats, dinners, and other community building events.  STEPS builds a community for incoming Black students where they are familiar with their incoming class, campus resources, and others.