What is the All Black Clubs (ABC) group?
The Black and Black-affirming Student Organizations at Rice strive to provide a support network for all Black people at Rice and to provide cultural enrichment for the campus and the community at large. Each organization aims to achieve these goals and promote the advancement and excellence of all Black students at Rice, through service, active awareness, and community events. We serve to share diverse experiences and uplift each other in academics, athletics, and all social aspects of life, truly exuding the essence of unity and collaboration.
The ABC (All Black Clubs) Fund will go directly to support Black and Black-affirming undergraduate organizations on campus. Half of this fund will be used for collective ABC initiatives, including but not limited to events, outside speakers/performances, professional development, awards, etc. that we would otherwise not attach to a specific club. These initiatives will be approved by all nine Black and Black-affirming undergraduate organizations. The other half of this fund will be divided evenly between all nine Black and Black-affirming undergraduate organizations listed below to execute and support their respective missions.
|Black Male Leadership Initiative
|Black Student Association
|Caribbean Student Society
|DAWA Pre-Health Society
|DAWA Pre-Health Society
|National Society of Black Engineers
|Rice African Student Association
|Rice Black Women's Association
|The Impact Movement
Click on the hyperlinks below to learn more about the organizations.
Black Male Leadership Initiative (BMLI)
BMLI fosters a sense of brotherhood within the Black male population at Rice through empowerment while developing critical experiential leadership skills.
Black Student Association (BSA)
The BSA creates a safe and supportive community for all Black students at Rice by having events like Soul Night, The Black Excellence Gala, and Black History Month activities.
Caribbean Student Society (CSS)
The CSS fosters a community where Caribbeans celebrate their culture, sharing it with Rice University and the larger Houston community.
DAWA Pre-Health Society (DAWA)
DAWA Minority Pre-Health Society focuses on the advancement of future Black and Hispanic health professionals by empowering its members via community, mentorship, and resources.
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
The mission of NSBE is to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.
Rice African Student Association (RASA)
The mission of RASA is to educate and celebrate African culture and encourage a spirit of unity, curiosity, and respect amongst its members and the campus community.
Rice Black Women’s Association (RBWA)
RBWA was created to celebrate the excellence in Black women and to create a support network amongst ourselves to bolster each other in the pursuit of personal and professional growth.
The Impact Movement (IMPACT)
The Impact Movement equips Black students to become disciples of Jesus Christ who integrate their faith into every aspect of their life.