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Black Student Council is an organization designed for African American Students and any other students that participate to cover issues on campus concerning them and the community to uplift all African Americans. Active members of the council include peer advocates and Marvin Mills Scholars. Meetings include time to announce and prepare for events hosted by BSC with ranging themes from social to informative to community service. There is also a "Public Forum" during every meeting that allows time for individuals from other organizations, departments, campus administration, and the community to address the council about any upcoming events, concerns, or issues. During this time members are welcome to address any questions or concerns pertaining to student life on campus to any attending faculty and staff.

 

OMA Calendar of Events: 

February

28- Emerging Scholars Institute Cultural Leadership & Empowerment Conference, Curris Center Ballroom 8:30am-1:00pm

March

 10- Emerging Scholars Institute-Nurse's of Color Mixer, Marvin D. Mills Multicultural Center 5:00pm

April

4-Annual Diversity Achievement Awards-Curris Center Ballroom-6:00pm

May

 9-Spring Hitimu Celebration-Curris Center Theater  7:00pm 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Public Forum

  • Campus Activities Board (CAB)
  • Dining Services Food Committee
  • NPHC Organizations
  • Office of Multicultural Affairs
  • Office of Student Affairs
  • Residential College Association (RCA)
  • Women's Center

How To Get Involved?

  • Membership is completely free and open to anyone that is interested in attending. Meetings are held every other Thursday in announced locations conveniently on Murray State's campus. Whenever present the first step to get involved is speak up on any questions or concerns you may have. There are also opportunities to volunteer prepping for events or being a delegate for any of the later mentioned organizations. Black Student Council's success is built on the participation of its members.

For More Information Contact:

Black Student Council

110 Curris Center

Murray, Ky 42071

Tel: 270-809-6836

Fax: 270-809-3075

E-mail: multicultural.affairs@murraystate.edu

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