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An organization built to clearly represent Africa and African culture in America with members that strives to present Africa from a much different perspective than ones already established here.
Promotes educational, moral, and cultural awareness among minority students at UAFS; serves as a forum for students, faculty, staff, administration, businesses, and the general public to be enlightened and educated on issues and decisions that affect minority students’ academic and social success; and assists in creating a campus and community environment that promotes and values cultural differences as a means of fostering a healthy academic environment that aids in the retention of ethnically diverse students.
Supports the mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and eliminate race-based discrimination.

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Ally/Safe Zone Program 
Designed to introduce concepts, terminology, and resources related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. This training is offered each October and April. 
Promotes self-identity within each individual, communicating and encouraging the acceptance of LGBTQ+ identities, reaching those in need, and raising awareness of local LGBTQ+ resources. Involvement includes both LGBTQ+ people and allies.
A community organization committed to non-violent advocacy for the rights of all humans with an emphasis on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities and other minority sexualities. Uses a combination of visual action, education, and social support to change misinformed hatred and prejudice to acceptance and goodwill. 
Preferred Name
UAFS recognizes that members of the campus community may not use the name that they were assigned at birth as it does not reflect their identity. UAFS seeks to promote the comfort and safety of students who wish to be identified by a name other than their legal name by displaying a student's preferred name on their Lions ID as well as in Banner, Blackboard, and Navigate. 
To submit a preferred name request, visit the Registrar's Office on the second floor of the Smith-Pendergraft Campus Center or submit a request via your UAFS email to the Registrar’s Office at
Single-Stall Restrooms 
UAFS has made an effort to include gender-inclusive facilities that align with individuals’ gender identity. UAFS recognizes the psychological and physical concerns that are associated with using restrooms that may not align with one’s gender identity. As such, UAFS has included facilities that accommodate the needs of all its community members. 
If you find that one of the restrooms on our map/list is labeled incorrectly, please contact the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. 

UAFS respects students of all faith traditions and supports opportunities for spiritual and faith exploration and commitment. The following specific resources are available presently. If your spiritual needs are not reflected, please contact us so we can connect you with relevant resources.

Buddhist Temples


Christian Churches

First Christian Church (Open & Affirming LGBTQ+ Ministries)


Islamic Mosque


Jewish Synagogue


Crisis Intervention Center

Our agency’s mission is to end domestic violence and sexual assault through services, education, and prevention programs which empower men, women, and their children to live free of fear and harm within their own families and the community.

Lactation Room
The university is pleased to offer a nursing/lactation room on campus for faculty, staff, students and visitors to the university.  The room is available in the Baldor Technology Center, Room 251B.  The space includes a changing table and access to electricity, as well as a telephone for safety purposes.