Resources & Services

The African American Resource Center strives to provide students with the resources and training needed to become a successful student at California State University, Fullerton. There are a list of campus and community resources that we find may be useful for undergraduates, graduates, staff, and faculty.

Student Organizations

One of the ways the African American Resource Center provides students networking and leadership opportunities is by connecting students with the many organizations affiliated with the resource center.

The Afro-Ethnic Student Association
(AESA)

Mission Statement:

The Afro-Ethnic Student Association (AESA) is an African American organization in the Orange County area (on CSU Fullerton campus) providing leadership, mentorship, volunteer work, social event planning, and awareness on social issues involved in the Black/African American community. Our organization hopes to strengthen the bond in the Black/African American community among students, family and friends.

President: Naomi Belgrave
Email:  csufaesapresident@gmail.com
Meeting Time: Every Other Thursday at 5:00pm in Titan Student Union

Link: AESA on TitanLink

The Alliance for the preservation of african consciousness (APAC)

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Alliance for the Preservation of African Consciousness (APAC) is to strengthen validity of education among the African American family and greater multicultural community thereby enhancing the quality of life, the student body and the residents of our respected communities. APAC provides unity, awareness of societal issues, and efforts towards generating a positive image of African-American/Black males on campus .

President: Makai Riley
Email: apac.csuf@gmail.com
Meeting Time: TBD

Link: APAC on TitanLink

The Black Student Union
(BSU)

Mission Statement:

We are the Black Student Union of California State University, Fullerton, with a primary goal to recognize the need for the united front among Black/African American student organizations. Formed on a voluntary basis, the purpose of this council is to unite us not only in words, but in action as well. The Black Student Union fosters student growth and development through diversity, academics, and community services and outreach. We provide an opportunity for students of all races to celebrate black culture, lifestyle, and history.

President: Bethany Whittaker
Email: csufbsu@gmail.com
Meeting Time: Every Monday at 1:30pm in Titan Student Union - Bradford AB

Link: BSU on TitanLink

Divine Servants

Mission Statement:

The purpose of this organization is to provide students in the college community, emphasis on the African American Community, with knowledge about the Word of God through Jesus Christ our Lord. It is our hope that students will build a personal relationship with God, and that they will then reach out in their own communities and tell of the goodness of Jesus

President: Caleb Mack
Email: divineservants@gmail.com
Meeting Time: Mondays at 8:00p in CSUF Housing

Link: Divine Servants on TitanLink

National Society of Black Engineers
(NSBE)

Mission Statement:

The purpose of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE); California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) Chapter is to stimulate and develop student interest in engineering, strive to increase the number of students studying engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate levels; and to endeavor in the advancement of the ethnic minority engineer within the professional industry.

President: Austin Murrell
Email: presidentcsufnsbe@gmail.com
Meeting Time: Tuesdays at 5:00pm in Titan Student Union - Bradford AB

Link: NSBE on TitanLink

SisterTalk

Mission Statement:

Sistertalk is a group that focuses on the changing roles and concerns of the African American women on campus and in the community. This is achieved through a solution oriented empowerment dialogue session where everyone voices their concerns about their relationship with one another, African American men, other women's groups, and the dominant culture at large. This group focuses on the concerns of African-American women on and off campus.

President: Kyree Jackson
Email: sistertalk12@gmail.com
Meeting Time: Wednesdays at 6:00pm in GH 205

Link: SisterTalk on TitanLink

The Movement

Mission Statement:

The Movement is dedicated to enriching the dance culture of CSUF students by unifying students of all races and educating them on the historical background of African American dance. We promote the practice of free expression and physical and mental wellness, while creating a safe and fun environment for our members to dwell in. We are open to all students of all races, groups and interests and require no dance background to join.

President: JaNae White
Email: themovement.csuf@gmail.com
Meeting Time: Selected Tuesdays or Thursdays at 7:00p in Kinesiology Hall - 264

Link: The Movement on TitanLink

National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

These student organizations are recognized under the National Pan-Hellenic Council and have been active at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF). Below are the various chapters of Sorority and Fraternity life recognized under the NPHC.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority was founded on January 13, 1913 by twenty-two African American women at Howard University in Washington D.C. In 1930, the organization was incorporated as a private, non-profit organization for the purpose of providing services and to promote human welfare. From the first undergraduate chapter, Alpha chapter, the sorority has grown into an organization of over 930 graduate and undergraduate chapters with more than 200,000 predominantly Black colleges’ educated women. The sorority currently has chapters ins US, England, Japan (Tokyo and Okinawa), Germany, the Virgin Islands, Bermuda, the Bahamas and the Republic of Korea. Today, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is the largest African-American Greek-lettered sorority in the world.

Contact:  dst.xilambda@gmail.com
CSUF Status: Active

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Kappa Alpha Psi, a college Fraternity, now comprised of functioning Undergraduate and Alumni Chapters on major campuses and in cities throughout the country, is the crystallization of a dream. It is the beautiful realization of a vision shared commonly by the late Revered Founders Elder Watson Diggs; John Milton Lee; Byron K. Armstrong; Guy Levis Grant; Ezra D. Alexander; Henry T. Asher; Marcus P. Blakemore; Paul W. Caine; Edward G. Irvin and George W. Edmonds.

Contact: OrangeCountyNupes@gmail.com 
CSUF Status:  Active