With over 30 multicultural organizations at Rutgers University, there are a number of ways for you to get connected, involved and active in different campus communities/networks! The Paul Robeson Cultural Center is proud to work directly with organizations, which range from social to social action, and all of whom are committed to supporting students and the PRCC in our mission to provide services and programs that actively engage students and make a positive contribution to the quality of student life. See below for a list of affiliated student organizations and if you have questions, please feel free to reach out to our staff via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
United Black Council: The UBC is a governing council for all of the African American cultural organizations at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. One Body, One Voice, One Mind.
TWESE: The Organization for African Students and Friends of Africa … Twese means UNITY in Kinya-Rwanda.
DOUGLASS BLACK STUDENTS CONGRESS: The goals of the Douglass Black Students Congress are to instill Black consciousness within the college community and to bring the members of the organization and the community at large closer together through the bonds of friendship and sisterhood.
I Demonstrate Educated Beauty: The purpose of this organization is to help in the development of the character of young women through societal views.
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY STUDENT ASSOCIATION : EOPSA represents the EOF student body for Rutgers University, while fostering diversity & multiculturalism within and around the EOF community.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People: Official Rutgers New Brunswick Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
RUWANAWAKE: We are a cultural and community service organization that focuses on spreading awareness of the improvements of the social and economic conditions of the Africans on the continent and within the Diaspora, as well as the conditions of Rutgers and the nearby communities.
HAITIAN ASSOCIATION AT RUTGERS UNIVERSITY: Our mission is to further promote the interests of our organization and our members to the Haitian community. We strive to make a difference by educating the public about Haiti’s rich culture and expanding our reach to other cultural communities.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS: Our mission is to establish a strong union among black students pursuing degrees, and promoting diversity in journalism, at Rutgers University for the purpose of receiving guidance from both the National Association of Black Journalists and its affiliate chapters.
LIBERATED GOSPEL CHOIR:The purpose(s) of the organization shall be to inspire student and public interest in gospel music and dance.
BLACK VOICE CARTA LATINA: A cultural publication educating the Rutgers community on social issues, current events, and more! Black Voice/Carta Latina (BVCL) is the oldest black/latino student-run publication on the Rutgers University, New Brunswick campus.
MINORITY EDUCATIONAL ENGINEERING TASK: MEET is a premier organization on campus that promotes the increase of the minority retention within engineering.
Black Men’s Collective: Our organization (BMC) was created in 1992 to address the high attrition rate of African American males at Rutgers University – New Brunswick.
Black Student Union: Student Voice, Student Action, Student Power. The Rutgers New Brunswick Chapter of The Black Student Union.
WISO: The Largest Caribbean Student Organization in New Jersey. Rutgers University’s WISO. Positive Vibrations, Strength through Unification!