Jernigan is first Black woman elected WVU student government president
SGA Judicial Court certified Amaya Jernigan and Hunter Moore as president and vice president, respectively, for the 2021-22 academic year.Read Full Article
Graduation Gift Box
If you are an African American senior graduating in 2021, the Center for Black Culture and Research would like to recognize your achievement.
To receive your CBCR Graduation Gift Box, just register using the link below. Once registered, you’ll receive information about where and when to pick up your gift box.Register for your gift
UPDATES & SPOTLIGHTS
Our program designed to help African American students build a solid academic foundation and develop leadership qualities.Find out more about STARS
Check out our latest interviews with students.Meet Students
Social Justice Spotlight
Learn from discussions with academics and professionals from across campus.Watch Discussions
A message from the director
We at the Center for Black Culture and Research are excited to welcome students back to campus and are here to help make this a great semester for you!
No doubt you are knee deep in questions and concerns about navigating our new normal. But along with everyone else on campus, we want to provide you with information and guidance, and to offer some engaging and fun activities to keep you connected to us and each other.
Center staff will hold virtual office hours Monday -Thursday from 11:00 a.m. -
1:00 p.m. You can connect using the link below:
And finally, please connect with us on social media where information about Center events and activities will be shared.Facebook Twitter Instagram
We look forward to hearing from you. Stay safe!Marjorie M. Fuller, Director