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Black Men United (BMU)

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Undergraduate students

Black Men United's purpose is to uplift and educate the Widener community through becoming better men in society, as they seek to acknowledge, educate, and unite African American men on campus. The organization's main focus is the African American male population at Widener while also welcoming members of any race, sex, and ethnicity.

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Advisor

Black Student Union (BSU)

Open to:

Undergraduate students

The Black Student Union promotes activities of common interest for black and multicultural students, providing a “home away from home,” building a sense of comradery and community, promoting academic success and leadership, and offering a support system, as well as cultural and educational benefits, for the African American and multicultural student body.

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Advisor

International Club

Open to:

Undergraduate students

International Club promotes the interaction between international and local students at Widener, and helps them to experience and learn new cultures from each other and create bonds of friendship to last a lifetime.

National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)

Open to:

Undergraduate students

The Widener University Section of NCNW seeks to educate, empower, motivate, and unify minority women, as well as all women, at Widener. This organization provides networking and job opportunities, the ability to establish mentor relationships, entrepreneurial support, civic engagement, and more with the goal to empower women.

SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Alliance)

Open to:

Undergraduate students

This undergraduate-student organization is dedicated to promoting diversity and good health for all people, especially in the LGBTQ+ community. SAGA strives to build a community where students can make new friends in a safe and supportive environment. Meetings and events provide a mixture of discussion time, club business, activities, and encouraging conversations to help one another to feel welcome at Widener.