The Caribbean Students' Association

The only all-encompassing Caribbean organization on Cornell's campus for undergraduate students, also accepting membership for graduate students, staff and faculty members.

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About the CSA

The purpose of the CSA is to raise the level of awareness at Cornell University, and in the surrounding colleges and community, of the cultural diversity of all Caribbean nations. This organization represents the views, beliefs, culture, and politics of the Caribbean students, staff, and faculty. We strive to celebrate Caribbean culture and create a safe space for students who identify with Caribbean culture to embrace and share their culture.

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Officers

360

Members

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Events

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Emails/Newsletters

Members Benefits

Members of CSA are able to attend all events, programs, and general body meetings. They are also able to join the events and/ or public relations committees to assist the CSA in less demanding roles

Events & Activities

The CSA hosts, participates in, and sponsors events that are for the whole Cornell Community to embrace Caribbean culture in some way. Open to suggestions as well!

CSA Committees

Join by being a part of one of our committees, there are various benefits that come with them as well, including  verified volunteer hours,  & in certain cases, first dibs. Application Here

The Executive Board

Chanice Morrison
Public Relations Chair
Leone Farquharson
President
Salima Ali
VP of Programming
Justin Lowe
Treasurer
Faith Parris
VP of Public Relations
Carole Boyce Davies
Advisor
Sydney Browne
Secretary