A Pensacola State College Student Club

African American Student Association

Campus: PNS, MIL, WAR, 

Phone: 850-484-4414

Email: pscaasa@gmail.com

Website: Visit Our Website

Meeting Schedule: Every Monday 3:00 PM (PNS)

Meeting Location: Pensacola Library (Bldg.20) upstairs in room 2033 (MIL) 4200

Club Advisor: Dr. Tonie Anderson-Steele (MIL) Wilma Duncans-Burnet (WAR)

About African American Student Association

African American Student Association

Hotep (I come in peace!)

Celebrating us, honoring our Ancestors and Reclaiming our Minds …”


Mission Statement:

We, the members of the African American Student Association of Pensacola State College recognize the profound need to establish an association with the purpose of promoting black awareness, service to the college community, and our state in which we thrive.


  PSC AASA activities:

· Attend weekly meetings

· Celebrate Black history

· Develop strategies for success

· Community service projects

· Promote Workshops

· Create fundraising events

· Host on-campus events

· Attend Regional Retreats

· Attend state & local meetings



Criteria To Join

To join this organization you must be a student at PSC with a GPA of 2.0 or better.


How To Join

Additional Info

AASA purpose is to accomplish whatever the student members of the association want to do. Our goals and objectives are generally met through our FAASA P.A.C.E. Plan by promoting political, academic, community/cultural and economic activities.

AASA accomplishes its goal and objectives from the use of the FAASA P.A.C.E. Plan.

P= Political Activism—Promoting the involvement with and monitoring of local, state, and national issues that affect people of African descent.

A = Academic Excellence—Developing programs and activities geared toward recruiting, retaining, and graduating students of African descent at all levels of education.

C= Cultural Awareness—Developing programs and activities that enhance cultural development and maintaining an autonomous community by serving as a direct educational link, promoting businesses, and civic organizations.

Economic Empowerment—Stimulating public and private interest in FAASA’s activities and efforts with emphasis on, but not limited to, financial entrepreneurship among members.  

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Adinkra symbol of support, cooperation and encouragement

“When you work for a good cause, you will get support.




AASA meetings are every Monday except holidays.
In Building 20, Room 2033 (2nd floor)
Pensacola Campus Library at 3 p.m.

(MIL) 4200

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Pensacola State College AASA






Member Benefits


• Networking with students throughout Florida
• Attending regional retreats
• Attending state annual conventions and institute
• One-on-one counseling
• Scholarship opportunities
• Volunteer challenges

Club Calendar of Events

Meeting Schedule: Every Monday 3:00 PM (PNS)

Meeting Schedule: Pensacola Library (Bldg.20) upstairs in room 2033 (MIL) 4200

Announcing State Meetings for 2019

Join us at the Fall Student Leadership Institute
November 8th-11th, 2019
The Westshore Grand Hotel in
Tampa, Florida
We are making history!
Over our 40-year history, F.A.A.S.A. has impacted the personal growth and professional development of countless students who now give back through their roles as physicians, attorneys, judges, educators, and other respective endeavors.


Announcing our 2019 International Educational Travel
The Florida African American Student Association, Incorporated Annual Africa Study Abroad Program

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Join FAASA’S Celebration of Ghana’s
July 23– August 4, 2019

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Have you always longed to visit the Motherland? Well, don’t miss this opportunity to do just that!

We welcome you to experience the excitement of one of Africa’s most vibrant countries – Ghana, West Africa. Every two years, “Panafest” – Ghana’s Pan-African Theatre Festival – brings together a diverse assembly of people ranging from political leaders, eminent personalities and intellectuals, to entrepreneurs, investors, philanthropists, and vacationers – to celebrate the history, culture, and unity of Ghanaian people. Central to the celebration are major international performing and visual artists from across Africa. Additionally, this tour will allow you to explore Ghana’s rich history, culture and traditions through lectures by experts and excursions to such major points of interest as Kakum Canopy Walkway; Aburi Botanical Gardens; Kwame Nkrumah Memorial; W.E.B. Dubois Center for Pan African Studies; Nzulezo Stilt Village, universities, galleries, museums, cultural centers and open-air markets. You will observe the crafting of wood carving, drum making, kente cloth weaving, and adinkra wax printing. Most of all, you will never forget your visits to the forts, castles, and dungeons that enslaved our ancestors in Elmina and Cape Coast.
Space is limited so RESERVE YOUR SPACE NOW!!!
For details, you may view our itinerary by visiting www.faasaweb.org or by contacting: Ann Birdsong at: abirdsong@faasaweb.org or Don Cleveland at:dcleveland@faasaweb.org

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