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Nationwide, there are active alumni chapters of the National Alumni Association. These chapters host informative university-related events, recruit students to our beloved campus, and raise funds for local and national scholarships. Chapter activities range from freshmen student sendoffs to dinner receptions for B-CU officials. To recruit students to B-CU, chapters attend local college fairs and community events as university representatives. Search below for a chapter near you!

Atlanta 
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Broward County 
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Chicago 
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Detroit 
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Duval- Nassau County

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Ft. Pierce
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Grand Bahamas 
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Houston Chapter
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Lake City/Columbia County
Miami-Dade County
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New York City Chapter
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Ohio Chapter
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Orange County (FL) Chapter
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Polk County Chapter
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Putnam - St. John Chapter
Southern California Chapter
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St. Petersburg Chapter
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Volusia County Chapter
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Brevard
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Hillsborough County 
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Marion County 
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North/South Carolina Chapter
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Palm Beach Chapter
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Seminole County Chapter
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Virtual Chapter
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Tiffany Spencer

Orange County Chapter

Being an active member of NAA has allowed me to connect with and learn from Wildcats that have been supporting the university for many years. An active alumni association can inspire major donors. People want to invest in institutions that others are supporting too.

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Rasaq Adeyemi

Southern California Chapter

The NAA is important to me because it gives each of us the opportunity to use the gift of education for more than self serving needs. It’s the place where we can have a positive influence on our predecessors and our community. It is a direct continuation of why I chose to go to an HBCU in the first place. 

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Garrie J. Harris

Miami-Dade Chapter

After winning the national queen for the 2017-2018 years, which was a record-breaking fund raising for Ms. Alumni, I felt it necessary to do more to raise funds for the university.  I am passionate about the survival of the university and the NAA.