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African Students Association (ASA)
The ASA comprises a group of students of African and non-African descent dedicated to the education of the Hopkins community at large of the different cultures that comprise the African continent. ASA also provides a network of support for African students at Hopkins. The ASA is also a service as well as a social organization which aims to rid misconceptions about Africa through education.

The Black Faculty and Staff Association (BFSA)
The mission of the Johns Hopkins BFSA is to be a visible and viable agency dedicated to promoting and enhancing identity, a sense of community, professional welfare, and development among Black faculty, staff and students of the Johns Hopkins University.

The Black Graduate Student Association (BGSA)
The purpose of the BGSA is to provide a support network whose ultimate aim is to promote the academic success of African, African American, and Afro Caribbean graduate students at Johns Hopkins University.

The Black Student Union (BSU)
The BSU strives to provide and maintain the best possible conditions in which Black students may receive a complete education.  Fulfilling this mission involves stimulating Black unity, respect, and self-consciousness and awarness of local, national, and international issues of interest to the Black community.
 Caribbean Cultural Society (CCS)
The mission of the CCS is to provide a social group for interaction between Johns Hopkins University students (both graduate and undergraduate), faculty, and staff with Caribbean backgrounds or interests. The society strives to provide a support group for entering Caribbean students in order to ease the transition into life at JHU, and serves as a source of information for any member of the university community interested in learning about the Caribbean.

Hopkins Organization for Minority Engineers and Scientists (HOMES)
HOMES aims to promote public awareness of engineering and science and the opportunities they afford in professional industry and acadmics; to stimulate and develop student interest in engineering and science; to strive in promoting participation at all levels of responsibilities in the fields of engineering and science by the under represented minority communities; and to endeavor in the advancement of the minority professional engineers and scientists within various disciplines.



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