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Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center
Who We Are
The mission of Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center is to provide a network of programs and support services promoting the individual, social, cultural and academic well-being of Illinois’ African American students. Opened in the fall of 1969 in response to calls from students, the African American Cultural Center at Illinois was rededicated in 2004 to former Director Bruce D. Nesbitt. Learn more about us.
The purpose of this conference is to connect us and our campus with you, the various Black Student Unions and Black Student Associations at the other Illinois Universities. During the conference we will be discussing our role is on our respective campuses and how we can work together to make our universities more warm and inviting. During the conference we will have workshops and discussions on different topics such as: Program Planning & Development, Engaging with our Student Government, BSU Branding, Enriching Young Leaders, How to Start a Revolution, Increasing Participation and more.
Dear Students, Staff, Community Members and friends of the Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center (BNAACC). We have transitioned from our current 708 South Mathews Avenue facility in Urbana, Illinois to our new temporary location at 51 East Gregory Drive in Champaign, Illinois. We are excited about the prospects of our new space, and we invite you to visit us.
Staff can be reached at the main line (217) 333-2092. Our hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm. We thank you for your patronage.