Student Organizations

The Center for Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (CSDEI) provides advising, consultation and resources for student social identity groups’ organizations. These organizations represent and address the needs of these social identity groups and endeavors to contribute to the cultural enrichment of the campus community through programs and lectures. Through this effort, we hope to help students understand the cultures and heritages of student social identity groups other than their other. All of the organizations’ activities, programs and membership are open to the entire student body.

FSU Student Identity Group Organizations

  • African American Studies Society
  • African Student Association
  • Black Student Alliance
  • Caribbean Culture Club
  • Chinese Culture Club
  • Ethiopian Student Association
  • Hillel
  • Indian and South Asian Students Association
  • Japanese Cultural Club
  • Latin American Student Organization
  • Muslim Student Association
  • NAACP College Chapter
  • National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
  • NCNW (National Council of Negro Women)
  • SPECTRUM (GLBTQ)
  • Students for Women’s Issues
  • Unified Voices Under God’s Dominion Gospel Choir

group photo of National Council of Negro Women FSU SectionStudent organization leaders at the 2019 NCNW Field Day

two students carry bin of water balloons
group shot of students

 

female student firing water gun
two male students spraying water at female student

 

The CSDEI also provides consultation and support to all student organizations desiring to address issues of diversity, equity and inclusion in their programming efforts. For a complete list of student organizations, please refer to Bobcat Connect.

The Center for Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
116 Hitchins
Frostburg State University
Frostburg, MD 21532

Phone: 301.687.4050

Director: Robin Wynder
rwynder@frostburg.edu

Executive Administrative Assistant:
Amy Patton
apatton@frostburg.edu