The Center for Inclusive Excellence is committed to engaging the community in a variety of initiatives throughout the academic year. Join us in celebrating heritage months and join a club!
Campus Affinity Groups and Initiatives:
- Brother to Brother (B2B)
- Motivation. Intersectionality. Solidarity. Sisterhood (M.I.S.S.)
- Black Student Union (BSU)
- Latinos Unidos 'N Acción (LUNA)
- Pride Alliance
- Afro-Caribean Dance Group (ACDG)
- African Student Association (ASA)
Brother to Brother (B2B)
The mission of Brother to Brother (B2B) is to engage, encourage and empower men of color in the pursuit of excellence. They aim to create and support a community of members who are committed to achievement through campus and community engagement, academic achievement, professional development, mentorship and fellowship. Through educational opportunities and co-curricular experiences, B2B encourages its members to succeed academically, personally, socially and professionally.
M.I.S.S. (Motivation. Intersectionality. Solidarity. Sisterhood)
The mission of M.I.S.S is to keep Motivation, Intersectionality, Solidarity and Sisterhood at the forefront of their membership’s experiences. Additionally, M.I.S.S is dedicated to empower women of color in the pursuit of excellence. They aim to create and support a community of members who are committed to achievement through campus and community engagement, academic achievement, professional development, mentorship and fellowship. Through educational opportunities and co-curricular experiences, M.I.S.S encourages its members to succeed academically, personally, socially and professionally.
Black Student Union (BSU)
BSU is a cultural group on the Framingham State University campus promoting diversity. Not only do they celebrate black culture, but they make it their duty to celebrate and embrace every other culture.
Latinos Unidos En Acción (L.U.N.A.)
The purpose of this club is to raise cultural awareness to our campus and community. We aim to educate community members about Hispanic culture: historical events, lifestyles, traditions, and customs. We welcome everyone in discussions of current events that affect Hispanics, promoting the Hispanic culture at Framingham State University and in the surrounding community while providing a support system for club members. The group strives to motivate and develop the self-esteem of its members through their involvement in the organization’s activities and to advocate for the advancement of Hispanics in the United States.
The Pride Alliance is the Gender and Sexuality Alliance on Framingham State University's Campus. This group exist in order to create a place on campus where members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBTQ) community and their straight allies can go to discuss and actively approach the issues that exist within the LGBTQ community. These include coming out, same-sex marriage, incidences of hate and any other interests the group might have. Pride Alliance seeks to create educational and social programs in order to raise awareness of these issues.
Afro-Caribean Dance Group (ACDG)
Framingham State's Afro-Caribbean Dance Group (ACDG) is a dance team on campus that specializes in hip-hop, African, Caribbean and other cultural music styles. ACDG is all about expressing and celebrating the cultures of ourselves and our peers through dance. They emphasis the importance of team work and dedication in order to produce fun yet strenuous pieces. ACDG looks forward to continuously growing and increasing its presence on campus.