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About African Students Association at Truman State University

African Students Association at Truman State University, diaspora africaine African Students Association at Truman State University The African Students Association (ASA) is a group of students at Truman State University (T.S.U) of African and non African decent who are dedicated in their common goal to act as resources of information on Africa, promote African issues on Campus and create an awareness of Africa by encouraging the positive interaction between its members and students of African decent and their campus and community. It is a service and social association. ASA consists of about 25 student members as well as faculty. These members have spent a considerable amount of time in Africa or are really interested in the continent. These people have been in close contact with various cultures of the continent and can therefore answer any questions you have. Please click here to see a list of our members and the countries they are represent. ELIGIBILITY OF MEMBERSHIP All students at TSU are eligible for membership. All ASA Alumni are eligible for membership. African Students are strongly encouraged to join. See our page listing of Association members, Officers and Committee Heads. Our Objectives Bring awareness of African issues to TSU it’s surrounding community Act as a resource of information on Africa To help rid misconceptions on/about Africa Act as a support group for African students at T.S.U Encourage positive interaction between African students and the Truman community WHAT SERVICES DOES ASA PROVIDE Assist lecturers, clubs, groups, organizations or events by providing information on specific countries from individual members who are citizens of that country or those who have connections with particular countries. This includes music, artwork, literature, historical and social information. For a list of countries represented on campus see our members page. Provide assistance to students seeking information onspecific countries. For quick access to information see our page for links to Information on African countries. Participate or support other student or non-student organizations on Campus or in the community Provide student speakers for lecturers,organizations or events
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