Black Student Assembly

Black Student Assembly at USC is the official organization and funding board that oversees all recognized African-American student organizations on campus at the University of Southern California. BSA at USC is an assembly of the Program Board, a division of the Undergraduate Student Government.Primary priorities of BSA at USC: to build and strengthen its member organizations and foster a community atmosphere among the African-American students at USC.

The organization celebrates its heritage, leads initiatives in the community, uplifts its member organizations and strives to be a voice of African-American students on campus. Aside from programming, the organization is responsible for committees that provide and advocate for the needs of African-American students.

How to Get Involved

General Contact: bsausc@usc.edu

Director: Ama Amoafo-Yeboah

Assistant Directors:
Liye Machon
Casey Ellis

Meeting Times:

Mondays 5-6pm(Board), GFS 106
6-7pm(Assembly), GFS 106