Black Student Union
The Black Student Union is open to all students who attend Chipola College. The mission of BSU is to promote educational, social, political, and cultural awareness, on and off campus. Additionally, the Black Student Union is a service organization that attempts to reach out to the local community to enhance the quality of life for those who are less fortunate.
Pictured left to right: Zia White (Secretary), Liz Jones (President), Siddiq Rushdan (Vice-President), Brittany Smith (Historian), Alexis Kendall (Chaplain)
Angelica Livingston (Treasurer)
BSU is not only a fun club, and a great way to meet good looking, educated, goal-oriented young people, it offers opportunities to network with various student, community, and political groups which enables members to become more informed of the issues of our communities and society at large. BSU also helps to develop leadership, interpersonal relationships, and job-related skills. Overall, BSU is an organization that promotes unity and progression.
Meetings every Thursday
Social and Behavioral Sciences Building, Room C-104
For more information, contact:
Dr. Willie Spires, Advisor
(850) 718-2232 /718-2319
Last Updated October 20, 2015