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Clubs and Organizations


Black Campus Ministries

Black Campus Ministries is a safe place for Black students and allies to learn more about Jesus, self-care, and current events.

Faculty/Staff Advisor: Rahsaan Ellison

Black Graduate Student Association

The Black Graduate Student Association is a graduate club focused towards students who identify in relations to the African diaspora. It is a safe space for Black graduate students to feel welcome, vent, and network with each other. Furthermore, we are a group to mentor our undergraduate Black identified clubs such as: BSU, BHM, NESBE, BCM, and many more.

Faculty/Staff Advisor: Please contact Intercultural Student Success 

Black Student Union

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.

National Society of Black Engineers

The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) with more than 30,000 members, is one of the largest student-managed organization in the country. NSBE's mission is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. For more information, visit the national website.

Faculty Advisor: Ash Brown

Black Law Student Association

The mission of BLSA is to engage McGeorge students, faculty, and staff with opportunities, including community service and events that are designed to promote awareness and understanding on issues pertinent to the African American community. By cultivating awareness and understanding, BLSA seeks to foster a community that is passionate and proactive about equality.

Oyana Oyana (Swahili for "uplift and inspire") is a monthly lunch meeting to connect, support, and uplift women of African descent at Pacific.

Facilitator: Please contact Intercultural Student Success 

Pacific Black Alumni Club

Our club has been in existence since 2006, and hosted over 100 meetings and events over the past 10 years.  As we look forward, we are building a brand new leadership team and looking for more alumni volunteers to grow our club even larger and continue putting on fun and exciting events!  If you enjoy connecting with other Tigers, serving the community, promoting Black History/culture, and/or supporting current students, then please consider joining our club!! You will have the opportunity to meet and collaborate with other alumni volunteers to plan the type of activities/events that interest you most. Membership is free.  To get involved, please complete the Volunteer Interest Form, and let us know how you would like to participate.

Staff Liaison: Marshea Pratt