The Caribbean and American Students Association (CASA) is an organization dedicated to promoting awareness of the Caribbean culture, and is representative of all Caribbean nations. The organization boasts a large membership that participates in campus social and educational activities, community service and cultural celebrations. Carnival, the Preschool Holiday Party, a Mother's Day Luncheon, game nights, bag lunches for homeless shelters, and campaigning in local elections are a part of their programming efforts. CASA has garnered awards for Community Service, and Recognition of Service from the Office of the Dean of Students. CASA welcomes any student who wishes to support the goals of promoting diverse cultures. Their motto is, "Out of Many, One People, One Love".
Mission: Our mission is to unite all students with of Caribbean and Non-Caribbean decent as we form a link among students while also maintaining a strong connection within the surrounding community. We aim to diversify this campus with our rich Caribbean culture and to establish a working relationship with other organizations on-campus, along with a variety of off-campus organizations.
Dr. DeLois Lindsey