Black Student Union (BSU)
The Black Student Union has been an important component of Lewis University
since 1968. The goal of the Black Student Union is to educate people
historically, culturally, socially and politically about African-American
culture and issues.
The Black Student Union is committed to diversity.
The BSU offers
members the chance to get acquainted with other students
and faculty, as well as the opportunity to participate in numerous
cultural, educational and community activities.
The Black Student Union sponsors and co sponsors many educational,
social, cultural and community based activities including:
- Welcome Back Picnic/Kick off
- Black Heritage Ball
- KWANZAA Celebration
- African American History Month Events
- Adopt a Family Mentoring Program at Fairmount School District
- Tutoring and Mentoring Program at Warren Sharpe Community Center
- Big brother Big Sister mentoring program for new students