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FAFSA Frenzy

Join the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center, Center for Academic Success & Excellence, Access & Leadership Development Unit of IDE, and Office of Financial Aid for two FAFSA Frenzy & Mizzou Scholarship Workshops to promote FAFSA and scholarship application completion across campus and the Columbia community. The final workshop will be held from 3-5 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019.

Blurred Lines

Join us for an interactive program that will address biases and myths that surround relationship violence and sexual assault in the Black community. This scenario-based educational opportunity will directly confront misconceptions that are embedded within our communities about what violence looks like and who is affected. Blurred Lines will be held on April 13th at 6pm in the Gaines Oldham Black Culture Center. This event is in collaboration with the Office for Civil Rights & Title IX, the RSVP Center, and the National Panhellenic Council. 

The Real: GOBCC Edition

The popular daytime talk show “The Real” delivers real women’s perspectives on everyday topics. This year the GOBCC is bringing the show to you. Get ready to talk about it all… This years Women’s History Month theme is Women in Business & Labor, fashion, family, school, social life, politics, & partners. It’s time to get REAL! The Real will be held on Thursday, March 16th at 6pm in The Shack.

Shop Talk Series: Adulting is Hard

Are you anxious about graduating? Do you have questions about what lies ahead once you leave Mizzou? Come out to our panel discussion to have a REAL talk about life after you leave Mizzou. Topics regarding joining the workforce, securing internships, pursuing graduate programs, and how to navigate the stresses of adjusting to life in the real world will be discussed. The perfect time to plan for life after graduation is now! Adulting is Hard: Life After Mizzou will be held on March 7th at 6pm in the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center.

I Mean No Disrespect

Join us for a conversation with students of African, African American, and West Indian descent to better understand the relationship that we share with each other. In doing so, we will explore the attributes that make us unique, as well as what makes us connected. The event will be Tuesday, February 21st at 6pm here in the Gaines/Oldham Black Culture Center.