• Black Graduate and Professional Student Assembly

    A student organization at the University of Pennsylvania committed to enhancing the quality of life for Black graduate and professional students and facilitating dialogue across the different graduate and professional constituencies.

It’s Time for 2017 E-Board Elections!

Our moment, Your Move The Black student voice at Penn not only encourages equity on campus, but unites us in our shared responsibility to bring our community together, develop solutions to improve the student experience and ultimately create opportunities, strengthening the BGAPSA body. If this hits home for you in more ways than one, then we […]

Graduate Alumni Mixer

As another hectic school year wraps up and we send off another cohort of BGAPSA graduates, we are excited about the chance to unwind and network with our alumni in the DC area! If you’re free, join co-Presidents Haley and Lisette on D.C. for a mixer with local BGAPSA alums! Special thanks to BAS for this opportunity … Continue reading

Suit Drive to Restock the Quaker Career Wardrobe

Monday, 4/24/2017 – Friday, 5/5/2017 The Quaker Career Wardrobe is a new initiative that provides free interview outfits to Penn students in need of professional attire. After serving over 130 students at the first-ever “shopping” event in February, Penn Career Services is restocking the wardrobe in preparation for the fall recruiting season – and we need … Continue reading

BGAPSA Spring Formal: Black Magic

Friday April 28th at the African American Museum in Philadelphia, BGAPSA is hosting an evening of black joy and celebration! Please join us for Black Magic by purchasing your tickets at: bgapsa.ticketleap.com/blackmagic

BGAPSA Positions and Responsibilities

ARTICLE IV: OFFICERS BGAPSA will be governed by an executive board composed of the following: 1. PRESIDENT: The Executive Board shall include a President who shall lead the General Assembly and Executive Board on all matters. The President shall be present at all General Assembly and Executive Board meetings. The President shall be the primary … Continue reading