Organization of Students for African Unity (OSAU)

Nickname: OSAU

Motto: Black Empowerment, Black Excellence, Black Expression.

Organization Purpose/Description: OSAU is one of the first cultural organizations to be established at Montclair State University. During the civil rights movement in 1965, OSAU was established to protect the interest of African American students, and serve as an integral force in preserving diversity, educational integrity, and equality. Today, our purpose is to promote cultural awareness and mutal respect in the Montclair State University community through art, education, and fellowship. The organization is open to anyone from any background that wants to learn more about the African American culture. During its 43 years at the university, it has grown into one of the most active organizations at MSU.

Meetings: Tuesdays at 7:30, SC Cafe B & C

Facebook: OSAU General Membership Meetings

If interested in joining the OSAU Gospel Choir, please come out on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-8 pm in the Student Center Cafe B&C.


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