What Is BSA?
The Black Student Association (BSA) is a student-oriented, minority organization
in which all currently enrolled students, regardless of their age, race, or
ethnic origin, at Kaskaskia College are welcome to join as student members. BSA is also open to any staff member
associated with Kaskaskia College.
BSA’s mission is to assist students, regardless of their ethnic origin, to
discover, define, explore, and demonstrate their destiny at their college and in
their community through student-oriented cultural activities and community
“How Can I Join?”
Contact the club sponsor, Lisa Atkins, Director of Adult Education
and Literacy, at 545-3110 or at
Complete the online membership registration.
The club sponsor will contact you by email upon verification of your
enrollment at Kaskaskia College.
Attend one of the scheduled meetings and complete a membership registration.
“My classes are not at the main campus. Can I still be a member of BSA?”
Yes, you can. Most of our fund
raising and community activities will be scheduled during the evening or on
weekends. All BSA members are
required to participate in all scheduled activities. If a member is not able to
participate in a scheduled activity, they must provide written notification to
the club sponsor prior to the event.
“I’m a very creative person and really
enjoy working in my community. I
have some ideas that are relevant to BSA.
Will BSA consider my suggestions?”
Of course, BSA is a student-oriented organization. Members are encouraged to
submit activity proposals that they would like to be reviewed for implementation
by BSA. The club sponsor serve as a
facilitator of the organization. The
members of BSA implement all organizations activities upon a majority vote of
“If I have any other questions about
BSA, who do I contact?”
Contact the club sponsor, Lisa Atkins, Director of Adult Education and Literacy,
at 545-3110 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.