Resident groups of the Afro-American Cultural Center (“the House”) are registered student organizations and New Haven community partners that have been integral to our center’s work since its founding in 1969 and, in some cases (BSAY and UIC), even predate the founding of the House.
The House’s dozens of resident groups, listed below, provide services and coordinate activities that aim to reflect the center’s mission and values. Resident groups and their members assist in the stewardship of the House, and they also help build a vibrant community at the center and share the House spirit across campus.
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Arab Student Association
Black Graduate Network (BGN)
Black Men’s Union (BMU)
Black Solidarity Conference (BSC)
Delta Sigma Theta (Pi Alpha)
Heritage Theatre Ensemble
Hip Hop Alliance
Kappa Alpha Psi (Rho Gamma)
Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS)
Yale Undergraduate Chapter of the NAACP (yNAACP)
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
Omega Psi Phi (Epsilon Iota Iota)
Pan Jam and Lime Steel Band
Paul Huggins Community African & Latin Drum Circle
Students of Nigeria (SON)
Students of Mixed Heritage and Culture (SMHAC)
Teeth Slam Poets
Urban Improvement Corp
Visions of Virtue
Yale Christian Fellowship
Yale Gospel Choir (YGC)