The USC Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs records consists of photographic collages created for display on the
walls of the Center in Student Union room 415. They include photographs Photos of USC faculty, students and events hosted
by the Center.
The Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs began as the Black Student Services Department in 1977 under the Department
of Campus Life. From its inception, the primary goal of the department has been the retention of black students as they matriculate
through the Trojan experience toward graduation while maintaining a holistic environment that students can develop academically,
culturally, professionally and socially. [http://usccbcsa.usc.edu/about_us_history.shtml]
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