Student Government Association


Below is a list of the chartered cultural organizations on campus. Each organization has specific information about that organization’s purpose, meeting times and locations, contact information, and social media sites.
Black Cultural Awareness (BCA)
Diversity Club
International Club

Black Cultural Awareness (BCA)

Purpose:  Black Cultural Awareness promotes an awareness of Black heritage at High Point University and throughout the High Point community. Our goal is to bring students together who have a common interest in the Black culture, and in particular, in its heritage. We wish to create a forum for the free expression of views on the social, economic, legal and political aspects of issues affecting the Black community and to precipitate unity among the minority Black population of High Point University.

Membership Criteria:  Members in BCA must be presently enrolled as part/full-time students at High Point University and must have an interest in Black culture and heritage. BCA is a non-secret, non-profit educational organization for students at High Point University. Membership therein shall not be restricted by race, sex, religion, or national origin.

Meeting Day:  Sunday

Meeting Time:  4:00 PM

Meeting Location:  Norton Hall (Room varies)


PresidentDanielle Criss
SGA RepresentativeJasmine Forte
AdvisorLa-Nita Williams

Social Media:     Twitter     Instagram

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Diversity Club

Purpose:  The purpose of the club is to raise awareness about diversity at HPU. We like to take the time to learn about different cultures and hold respectful discussions on diverse topics including the six cultural identifiers: age, gender, religion, ethnicity/race, aesthetics, and ability/disability. Our club also does community service such as raising money to feed families in the Triad area a Thanksgiving dinner.

Membership Criteria:  There is no membership criteria. Anyone is welcome to join the club as long as you are open-minded and non judgmental.

Meeting Day:  Tuesdays

Meeting Time:  6:00 PM

Meeting Location:  Nido Qubein School of Communication, Room 205


PresidentMatthew Burns
SGA RepresentativeElizabeth Duval
AdvisorKeisha Boyd

Social Media:     Facebook

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International Club

Purpose:  To promote diversity and cultural learning across campus through activities and conferences throughout the area.

Membership Criteria:  Anyone with any background; from students that are from NC to Ethiopia. From the perspective of an international student, even Americans are international to them. So really anyone from any background.

Meeting Day:  Mondays

Meeting Time: 7:00 PM

Meeting Location:  Wilson School of Commerce


SGA RepresentativeTBA
AdvisorMariana Murty

Social Media:     Facebook

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Our office is located on the third floor of the Slane Student Center. We are open daily from 8:30am – 5pm.

(336) 841-9231
(336) 841-4513 (fax)