Meet the Executive Board
BSU AMBASSADORS are responsible for promoting college access in their communities by visiting middle/high schools throughout the school year providing information on college preparation.
C.O.B.O.L. DIRECTORS are in charge of registering all interested organizations as COBOL organizations: act as a liaison between C.O.B.O.L. organizations and the executive board. The directors also facilitate programming that will incorporate cohesion between COBOL organizations.
COMMUNITY SERVICE are responsible for empowering our community by seeking opportunities on campus and throughout the local Tallahassee community to provide liberation through service.
PR & MARKETING is responsible for all social networking, press releases and event flyers.
FUNDRAISING & SPONSORSHIPS are responsible for raising funds to ensure the organization is functional and fiscally responsible.
HEALTH AND ATHLETICS are responsible for all sport related events that include, but are not limited to: intramural sports (for example: volleyball, football, and soccer), field days and so on. This committee also promotes health and wellness through informative programming and education.
ALUMNI AFFAIRS are responsible for facilitating events for FSU’s homecoming and work alongside the Alumni organizations to create events that will bridge the gap between Alumni and undergraduate students.
INCITE Editors are responsible for the publication of the BSU newsletter. The publication serves as an informative, progressive and purposeful outlet to broadly address all students interested in African-American issues.
MASTER COORDINATORS are responsible for the production and execution of all Black History Month events in February. This committee will also be responsible for the production of the annual Bobby E. Leach Scholarship Ball as well as various other tasks determined by cabinet.
MEMBERSHIP is responsible for spear heading all recruitment activities and will oversee all tabling on campus.
POLITICAL EDUCATION is responsible for facilitating educational programming, study halls and the promotion of educational enhancement whether in regards to politics, academics or relevant controversial issues.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT is responsible for the Seminole Minority Leadership Institute, as well as the annual Leadership Summit in Black History Month. Professional Development will also assign mentors to incoming students through the BSU PALs Program.
SOCIALS AND EVENTS COORDINATORS is responsible for executing social events in order to entertain and enlighten the student body. This committee is in charge of the annual Black Student Union Pageant.