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(United College Action Network)

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UBSUC
 
(United Black Student Union of Northern California)
 
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*********_UPCOMING_EVENTS_********** Card Icon********* UPCOMING EVENTS **********

~ BSU events ~

SCOE MOOT Court Competition

  January 29 – February 27, 2019

UBSUC American River College Roundtable

  February 09, 2019

Black History Month Spirit Week

  February 25 – March 01, 2019

RLHS Lock-in overnight movies & games (canceled)

  March 01, 2019

United Black Student Union of Northern California (UBSUC) Convention

  March 29 – 31, 2019

Blacks in Government (BIG) Annual STEM & Oratorical Competition

   March 30, 2019

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~ BSU Leadership ~
President:  Allisen Joyce
Vice President:  Ashlee Joyce
Secretary: Sasha Tyson
UBSUC Parliamentarian:  Allisen Joyce

~~_RIO_LINDA_2018_MOOT_COURT_TEAM_~~ Card Icon~~ RIO LINDA 2018 MOOT COURT TEAM ~~

RIO LINDA MOOT COURT TEAM

Logan Lee

Kyrin Burkette

Aubree Her

*_HBCU_Demographics_* Card Icon* HBCU Demographics *

Historically black colleges and universities Demographics

Although the student population at the majority of HBCUs remains predominantly black, the racial diversity of such institutions have undergone tremendous changes over the years. According to a report by the Center of Minority Serving Institutions at the University of Pennsylvania, black students constitute approximately 76 percent of student population, 13 percent white students, 3 percent Latino/Latina students, 1 percent Asian-American students, 1 percent of students who identify as biracial or multiracial, 1 percent of students classified as undocumented students, 5 percent unknown.  Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science is a private, non-profit, post-graduate HBCU and a minority serving institution located in Willowbrook, unincorporated Los Angeles County it is the only HBCU in our state.