Get Involved: Africa Student Groups at CU

'The purpose of the African Students Association is to provide a forum for meaningful discussion of the political, social, and cultural landscape of Africa. ASA aims to create a culturally enlightened community​ on campus by educating people about Africa, and welcomes all people interested in Africa and African issues. ASA was established to serve as a support network for its members and foster both an awareness and appreciation of African culture and heritage within the wider Columbia and Barnard community.'

Instagram @asacolumbia

Tiktok @columbiaasa

Twitter @cuafricans

Facebook @asacolumbia

Visit ASA's website to learn more.

'SPAN'S mission is to create a vibrant community at SIPA showcasing the development and diverse cultures of Africa and its Diaspora. SPAN is also an avenue to advocate for more representation from Africa and its Diaspora in SIPA's student body.'

Instagram @span.columbia

Facebook @sipaspan


'A student-led club aiming to engage the Columbia community with opportunities, challenges and current events regarding the African continent.'

Instagram @adgcolumbia

Visit ADG's linktree to learn more.

The Black Business Students Association (BBSA), established in 1973, promotes the well-being of Black-identifying students and allies and provides resources to promote their academic success, personal development and professional advancement. BBSA is dedicated to spotlighting and elevating the Black experience at Columbia Business School and to meaningfully impacting the student body and the local community.