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2010 HOMECOMING

Click below for the General Assembly University Wide Program Funding Proposal!

 

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HUSA Organizational Funding Application Packet now available!

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University-wide Activities Appropriations Board (UWAAB) is now the STUDENT ACTIVITY FEE COMMITTEE (SAFC)

SAFC Applications  are no longer being accepted at this time.   

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CLICK FOR 2009 RECOGNIZED STUDENT ORGANIZATION MANUAL

 

Click to download the 2008-2009

Office of Student Activities Annual Report

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2008 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll - With Distinction

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Click to download the 2007-2008 Office of Student Activities Annual Report

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The mission of the Office of Student Activities at Howard University is to provide leadership development and sustained implementation of a student centered community which supports the achievement of students' academic, career, and personal goals while simultaneously promoting civility, respect, and equity among members of the college community.  Student Organizations, Student Government, and various University-wide committees and organizations function under the Office of Student Activities. The Office of Student Activities (OSA) provides student leaders with the support, resources and training to successfully plan, develop and implement programs, activities and events on campus.  Students interested in starting, joining and/or leading an on-campus organization are encouraged to stop by the OSA in Armour J. Blackburn University Center, Suite 122.  The OSA is open 8:30am - 6:30pm Monday - Thursday and 8:30am - 5:00pm on Friday, evenings by appointment to assist students, advisors, faculty and staff during the academic year. During breaks, OSA hours are: 9:00am - 4pm Monday - Thursday and 9:00am - 3:30pm on Friday.

     

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS BISON!

2010 Bison Yearbook Staff

BISON YEARBOOK RECEIVED THE MOST OUTSTANDING YEARBOOK AWARD & A FIRST PLACE AWARD in the American Scholastic Press Association’s annual yearbook competition.

2010 - 2011 HU Women's Flag Football team

Mid Atlantic Regional Champions!

 

MISS HOWARD CROWNED

Ms. NBCA Hall of Fame 2010 - 2011!

Photo Courtesy of Ryan C. Hamilton

CONGRATULATIONS BISON!

UGSA & HUSA Officers

2010 APCA Certified Programmers

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS BISON!

2009 BISON YEARBOOK

American Scholastic Press Association's Annual Yearbook Competition

FIRST PLACE AWARD

Deja Vu , the 2009 Bison Yearbook was a FIRST PLACE award winner in the American Scholastic Press Association’s annual yearbook competition.   The Bison Yearbook received the first place award from the American Scholastic Press Association for excellence in the fields of writing, photography, and page design. 

 

2009-2010 WHO'S WHO AWARD RECIPIENTS

 

            

 

CONGRATULATIONS BISON!

2008 BISON YEARBOOK STAFF

Scholastic Yearbook and Magazine Awards 2008

FIRST PLACE

Lyrically Speaking, the 2008 Bison Yearbook was one of 5 first place award winners in the American Scholastic Press Association’s annual yearbook competition.   The Bison Yearbook received the first place award in the category of Colleges/Universities with 2501+ enrollment from the American Scholastic Press Association for excellence in the fields of writing, photography, and page design. 

 

                                 

 

 
 
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