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Black Alliance Network (BAN)

Black Alliance Network

What is B.A.N.? 

The Black Alliance Network (B.A.N.) unites student leaders representing all the black organizations on the University of Maryland, College Park campus. B.A.N is an extension of the Black Student Union and serves the following purposes: 

A) Meet monthly to discuss issues concerning the black community on campus and produce a calendar of the black student organization events

B) Serve as the liaison body between the black student community and administration at the University of Maryland, College Park 

C) Work to encourage co-sponsored events amongst black student organizations

D) Serve as a political voice for the black community at the University of Maryland, College Park



African Student Association (ASA)

African Student Progressive Action Committee (ASPAC)

Black Business Association (BBA)

Black Student Union (BSU)

Black Engineer Society (BES)

Black Honors Caucus (BHC)

Black Male Initiative (BMI)

Community Roots (C Roots)

Caribbean Student Association (CSA)

Ethiopian Student Association (ESA)

Maryland Association of Black Journalists (MABJ)

Maintaining a Natural Essence (MANE)

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)

National Panhellenic Council (NPHC)

Society of African American Studies (SAAS)

Sister of Unity and Love (SOUL)

The Student Empowerment Project (STEP)


If you are a BAN organization or would like your organization to become a part of the Black Alliance Network, please fill out this Google Form.

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