The Black/African American Cultural Center assists African American students with their transitions to Colorado State University and throughout their academic careers by providing support and encouragement for their academic, professional, cultural, and personal development. We strive to provide a family-like support system made up of faculty, staff and student organizations that help students succeed.
The Office has as one of its foremost goals to enhance students’ knowledge of the culture, history, heritage and traditions that are unique to the African American experience.
The Black Issues Forum is a five-day intensive summer program for students completing their junior year of high school. This unique program is designed particularly for thoughtful and committed students who want to deepen their understanding of their cultural heritage while discussing relevant issues facing today’s Black community. Students who participate in the Black Issues Forum earn one free CSU credit hour and may be eligible to receive the Partnership Award to attend Colorado State University.
Visit the Black Issues Forum website.