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U-CAN

(United College Action Network)

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February 15th: Round 3 - MOOT Competition

February 08th: Round 2 - MOOT Competition

January 31st: Round 1 - MOOT Competition

January 31st - February 28th: MOOT Court Competition

November 15th: Moot Court Meeting (Attorney Coach)

November 14th: BSU/UCAN Meeting

November 09th: Strong Youth Strong Community Summit and Kings' Game

October 19th: B.I.G. Youth Symposium

September 19th: Twin Rivers HS College Fair

September 16th: UCAN HBCUs College Fair

August TBD: BSU/UCAN Meeting

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President:  Brianna Whittaker

Vice President:  Jordan Smith

Secretary: Deja Murray

Vice Secretary: Deloriana Edgley

Treasurer: Brittney Whittaker

Historian: Natalie Berry

Sergeant AA: Samari Mobley

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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 a private, non-profit, Post-graduate Historically Black College and University and a Minority Serving Institution located in Willowbrook, unincorporated Los Angeles County, California. It is the only HBCU in the state of California.