Black Alumni Union

The mission and purpose of the University of Puget Sound Black Alumni Union (BAU) is to support the recruitment, retention, and representation of Black students, alumni, and faculty at the University of Puget Sound. The Black Alumni Union encourages alumni to support Puget Sound students through investments of time, talent, and financial resources. Through its various working committees, the Black Alumni Union engages volunteers in meaningful work that addresses issues of key importance to members of the Black community at Puget Sound.

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Upcoming Events

Black Alumni Union Committee Meetings
(third Saturday of every month)

Saturday, October 17 | 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time
Saturday, November 21 | 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time
Saturday, December 19 | 10 30 a.m. Pacific Time


To join, please email Haley for details.

BAU Bulletin

A quarterly communications piece to act as a platform to inform you of the happenings on campus regarding current students in our Black Student Union (BSU), African American Studies Program, and The Race and Pedagogy Institute (RPI). It also serves as a space to highlight our very own UPS black alumni. If you have news to share, let us know! Email Haley Harshaw, alumni office. Not getting the bulletin? Email Haley

Officers

President | Lyle Quasim '70, Hon. '05
President-Elect | Bernadette Ray '99, MAT '01
Vice President | Henry Johnson '71
Secretary | Sarah Lee '94
Past President | Regina Glenn '70, MBA '71
Community Liaison | T'wina Nobles '06, MAT '07