|February Events - Black History Month|
|2/19||Brown Bag Discussion in Africana Studies||12:00pm|
|2/19||HIV Panel SUB Ballroom A||11:00am - 1:00pm|
|2/19||Do You Know Your Rights? Police Panel featuring Black officers from various departments in New Mexico SUB Ballroom A||6:30pm|
|2/21||Film Series: Higher Learning showing in Africana Studies||4:00pm|
|2/24||Green Chile Chocolate Swirl (A Conversation About Dating) hosted by BGPSA SUB Cherry/Silver Room||4:00pm|
|2/24||FAFSA Informational Workshop in African American Student Services||6:00pm|
|2/26||Brown Bag Discussion in Africana Studies||12:00pm|
|2/26||What Would You Do if You Saw This? SUB Atrium||12 - 1:00pm|
|2/27||African American Student Day at UNM - “Home to Harlem” Fashion Show hosted by Powerful Movement of Educated Sisters SUB Ballrooms B&C; $8 presale tickets before Feb. 13th $10 general admission||7:00pm|
|2/28||Black Greek Letter Organizations will be performing during half time of Lobo Basketball game at WisePies Arena (The Pit)||2:00pm|
|2/28||#BlackLivesMatter: The Justifiable Homicide of Black Men SUB Lobo A&B||6:00pm|
The African American Student Services program at UNM provides culturally relevant programs designed to assist primarily African American students in making a confident transition and successful adjustment to the University if New Mexico.
African American Student Services understands that students often require a holistic approach to academic support. The program strives to provide an environment which is sensitive to the culture and history of African Americans and assist African American students in achieving their educational goals.
African American Student Services is committed to recognizing the differences within the African American culture, appreciating other cultures, and promoting programs within the university and the surrounding community that provide a cross-cultural perspective. Our staff is available to support the personal, academic, educational, and social development of students. African American Student Services is not a duplicate of other services on the campus, but rather it concentrates on the special concerns that arise from the experience of being an African American on a pre-dominantly white campus. All students, regardless of ethnicity, are encouraged to participate in our cultural and academic programming.