Office of Black Student Affairs
The Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA) is a cultural center and service unit within the Claremont University Consortium. On behalf of The Claremont Colleges, OBSA is dedicated to providing support, resources and space for students of African descent to feel safe, valued, informed and connected. OBSA offers a range of programs, services and activities on behalf of enrolled 7C students of African descent, faculty, staff and allies. Our key service areas include identity-based workshops, skill building activities, mentoring, arts engagement activities, student organizational support, professional/career development workshops, the sharing of 7C resources and referrals, heritage-month programming and other monthly celebrations, and collaborative partnerships with 7C colleges, departments and organization.
OBSA Programs and Services
Hours of service
|Monday–Friday||9:00 a.m.–5 p.m.|
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News & Events
OBSA and 7C Students of African descent present Black Intersections Conference: Resistance, Pride and Liberation March 30-April 2, 2017 REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-intersections-resistance-pride-and-liberation-conference-tickets-31387892030#tickets 7C/CUC Students, faculty and staff can register at a discounted $30 rate using our code. Contact...
Here is the Save-the-Date advertisement for the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration 2017. This event will take place on Thursday, January 26th. Dr. Christopher Emdin from Columbia University will be our keynote speaker. Take a peek at the poster....