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The Board of Multicultural Student Affairs (BMSA)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​BMSA is a student-led organization that serves to bring cultural awareness to the PC campus. BMSA has over ninety student leaders and hosts some of the most well-attended events on campus.

BMSA functions as the umbrella organization that oversees clubs such as Afro-Am, ArmS (Armenian Society), Asian-Am, Circolo Italiano, Fete Francaise, Gaelic Society, Hellenic, MESA (Middle-Eastern Student Association), OLAS (Organization of Latin American Students), and PALS (Portuguese Alliance of Lusophone Students). ​

SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism), ISO (International Students Organization), Motherland Dance Group and S.H.E.P.A.R.D. (Stopping Homophobia, Eliminating Prejudices And Restoring Dignity) are affiliated organizations with BMSA.

​Learn more at Language and Cultural Clubs at Providence Coll​ege​ .

BMSA is advised by the Dean of Students Office.​​​​​​

​​Cultural Clubs of BMSA​​​​​​​​​​

​​Additional Cul​tural Clubs

  • ​Afro Am​​​​
  • Armenian Society
  • Asian Am
  • Circolo​​
  • Fete Francaise
  • Gaelic
  • ISO (International Students Org)
  • MESA (Middle-Eastern Student Association)
  • Motherland Dance Group
  • OLAS (Organization of Latin American Students)
  • PALS (Portuguese Alliance of Lusophone Students)
  • SHEPARD (Stopping Homophobia, Eliminating Prejudices And Restoring Dignity)
  • SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism)
  • SOMOS (Students Obtaining the Meaning of Spain Constitution)
  • PIRC (Providence Immigrant Right Coalition)
  • Women Empowered​​​​
  • Women Will​​​
  • Brotherhood
  • Believers of Words​
  • Footprint​s Gospel Choir
  • Domino​​

Contact Us
  • BMSA Office

    • Slavin Center LL27B
    • Phone: 401.865.2903
  • The Office of the Dean of Students

    • Slavin 104
    • Office Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
  • Quincy Bevely


Attention Students:  
​The Event Proposal and Event Review forms are now housed on the Cultural Education page on the MyPC Portal.​​​​​​​