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Membership in registered student organizations shall be open to all students of The University of Alabama without regard to race, religion, sex, ability, status, national origin, age, gender identity, gender expression, sexual identity, or veteran status except in cases of designated fraternal organizations exempted by federal law from Title IX regulations concerning discrimination on the basis of sex.
African American Graduate Student Association
The purpose of AAGSA is to serve as a source of social and emotional support for African American graduate students and to actively promote the interests of
African American graduate students, promote the retention of African Americans and increase minority representation on the UA campus. The mission of AAGSA is to advance the scholarly activities of African American graduate students and to be a vehicle for positive social change.
Afro American Gospel Choir
This special interest organization is known worldwide for its creative ministry and has traveled throughout the Southeast representing The University of Alabama as a recruitment resource and also representing UA’s diverse communities as a form of outreach.
Black Business Student Association
The purpose of this association is to foster a sense of community for African American students in the Culverhouse College of Business at UA.
Black Faculty and Staff Association Ambassadors
Ambassadors focus on the success, encouragement, professional development, and inclusion of students of color.
Black Law Students Association
The organization is designed to support and promote diversity within the UA Law School and the legal profession.
Black Student Union
BSU seeks to establish and innovate relationship opportunities and experiences for minority students at The University of Alabama and serves as a liaison between the minority student body and administration.
Dynamically Reversing Everything Around Me (DREAM)
DREAM focuses on empowering youth/students to become advocates in their communities, take on leadership positions, and serve the local and even worldwide community.
Future Black Law Students Association
FBLSA strives to provide efficient resources, encouragement, mentorship, and guidance from legal professionals to prepare African American students at UA for their journey to law school.
National Black MBA Association
The purpose of NBMBAA is to promote the leadership and cultural education to MBA, specialty master’s and undergraduate students interested in business through career development opportunities, mentorship and community outreach.
National Society of Black Engineers
The mission of NSBE is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
The Collegiate 100
The mission of the Collegiate 100 is to improve the quality of life within communities and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African American students at The University of Alabama.
The National Council of Negro Women
The mission of the NCNW, Inc. is to advance opportunities and improve the quality of life for African American women, their families, and communities through research, advocacy, and national and community-based services and programs in the United States and African countries.
The University of Alabama’s Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
The vision of the NAACP is to ensure a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.
Women of Excellence
The purpose of Women of Excellence is to build and empower African American women through greater access to education, political strength, volunteer opportunities and civic responsibility.