The Black Student Union is a student-based organization focused on the cultural, social, and academic needs of African-American students attending Lane. It seeks to build cultural and community bridges in the general context of the academic environment. The BSU is involved with the sponsorship of three campus/community events during the academic year: Kwanzaa; the Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration; and Black History Month. The BSU is open to all students, regardless of race, creed, color, religious affiliation, or sexual orientation. Membership in the BSU requires a commitment to the mission of the BSU. The BSU is committed to the development of cross-cultural ties with all groups on campus and in the community at large. The office is located in the Multi-Cultural Center, Building #1, room 206.
Fall 2020 meetings: Wednesday at 4pm
Sistah Summit 2020
Sister Summit 2020 was presented by Lane Community College’s Black Student Union. This webinar examines Black history and African American culture to promote Black excellence and enhance self-empowerment and entrepreneurship for young African American girls and women.