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The CBCSA is home to the Black Graduate Student Network. At the Black and Latinx New Student Symposium (in fall and in spring) Graduate Students share their experience with incoming students.
Dr. Roz facilitating a panel with student leaders at the Black and Latinx New Student Symposium.
Each and every Tuesday at the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA) students facilitate Real Talk—a conversation series focused on social issues and trending topics in the Black community and the campus community.
The Black Student Assembly is a key partner to our office, co-sponsoring events like Black Welcome Week, The Annual Labor Day BBQ, and Black Family Weekend.
Theo Fowles, CBCSA’s Center Supervior, leads a Pre-College workshop on The Keys To College for local high school students.
There are four cultural centers at USC . The staff of each office work together often to host collaborative programs under the name of Project Remix.
It’s never to early to learn about becoming a Trojan! These awesome elementary and middle school students are one of the many pre-college groups that stop by our office!
The CBCSA partners with many departments and academic centers on campus. The Spoken Justice open mic sessions were held in partnership with the USC Rossier School of Education Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice as well as Residential Education and the four cultural centers.
The CBCSA also works collaboratively with Black Alumni Association. At the beginning of the fall semester, Black Students are pinned by student leaders and alumni—signifying the start of their college journey.
Welcome! We at the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA) are glad you’re here, and we’re here to make sure you have the support and community you need to be successful here at USC.