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African American Programs and Services

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African American
Programs & Services

African American Programs and Services (AFAMPS) supports students at the University of Oklahoma through programming and community building efforts. We strive to enhance the OU experience for all students through our pillars of Community, Leadership, and Advocacy.

What We Do


AFAMPS hosts many annual programs that celebrate and honor our culture while enriching the OU community.

Black Student Association

The Black Student Association, commonly referred to as BSA, was established in 1967 at the University of Oklahoma. BSA organizes and supports programming that enhances students' educational, personal, and professional development.

Cultural Organizations

OU is home to many student organizations offering a wide variety of interests. Black student organizations are essential in retaining the sense of community that sustains students in academic and professional achievement and development beyond graduation.

Fraternities & Sororities

Fraternity and Sorority Programs and Services is home to social, service, identity-based, and special interest fraternities and sororities!

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