History

The African American Student Union was founded in 1991 by a group of students of the University of North Florida who wanted to establish an effective, active, and perpetual African American organization at the University of North Florida.

The founding members envisioned an organization that would unify the campus through cultural awareness and diversity, while providing and acadmeic and social support network. Throughout the years, AASU has focused on many goals that have enhanced student development and enhanced our motto.

“Being Educated is the New Black”

2014-2015

Coordinator: Herman Williams Co-Coordinator: Shamonya Hopson

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2013-2014

“Creating a Better Future, by Building Bonds Today”

Coordinator: Mark Harris Co-Coordinator: Herman Williams

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2012-2013

“Building Professionals Today; Becoming Tomorrow’s Leaders”

Coordinator: Azschrielle Jackson Co-Coordinator: Rashaad Ethridge

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2011 – 2012

Coordinator: Stanford D. Taylor, Co-Coordinator: Christa Merix

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2010 – 2011

“Improving Your Experience Through  Excellence”

Director: Jennifer Dykes, Assistant Director: Joanna Hillman

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2009 – 2010

“Empowering You to Make A Difference and Succeed”

Director Jessica M. Davis, Assistant Director Jennifer Dykes

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2008 – 2009

“Building Leaders for the Future While Leaving a Legacy”

Director Raymond J. Dailey, Assistant Director Antjuan Williams

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2007 – 2008

“Dream Alive: Remembering the Past, Rejuvenating the Present, and Reforming the Future”

Director Anthony Pinckney, Assistant Director Marcus D. Tibbs

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2006 – 2007

“Enabling Greatness”

Director Rachael Tutwiler, Assistant Director Brittani Raulerson

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