African American Student Affairs
Welcome to African American Student Affairs (AASA),
"a home away from home" for Northwestern's African American student community. Our office provides programs, services, and resources related to student advising, advocacy, outreach, and holistic development. We collaborate with the three other units within Multicultural Student Affairs, H/LSA, A/AASA, and the LGBT Resource Center, as well as various departments across campus. Please stop by our house at 1914 Sheridan Rd. to study, take a break, or socialize with friends.
The second place winner, Marcel Jamal Byrd '15, received the $1500.00 award.
The third place winners, Nadia Abdulhafiz '14 and Lisa Oluwadamilola '14, received one of the $500.00 awards.
Gardner-Exum award recipient Kim Rudd, with first place winner Angellic Ross, second place winner, Marcel Jamal Byrd, and third place winners Nadia Abdulhaviz and Lisa Oluwadamilola pose with African American Student Affairs Director, Charles Kellom.
African American Community Resource Guide
If you're new to campus or the Evanston area and looking for places of interest to the African and African-American experience, please check out our Resource Guide. It includes the best places to eat, visit, or just to hang out!
Weekly Email Listserv
The weekly announcements serve as an e-newsletter with information and news regarding opportunities that may be of interest to students. The email is sent out every Wednesday during the academic year, not counting exam weeks and breaks.