Black Access is led and designed by current Black students at the University of York. Discover more about who has been involved and hear about their experiences as a Black student.
Black Access Planning Team
The Student Planning Team designed Black Access and the programme you see today. Through sharing their honest experiences and suggestions, they have built an interactive and exciting programme to support Black students to learn more about the University of York.
Black Access Interns
Our Interns are the leaders of our creative team. They design activities and talks to be delivered throughout the programme. Our Interns also run our social media.
Black Access Ambassadors
Our Ambassadors are here to support you every step of the way. They attend, lead and deliver sessions and activities on the Black Access programme. They also support the delivery of our group visits.
The African-Caribbean Society (ACS) at York is a student society that encourages and supports the celebration of African and Caribbean culture, enriching its members socially, culturally and academically. The society also motivates and inspires, encouraging a welcoming environment in which members and non-members alike can express themselves freely. ACS runs cultural and social events, as well as providing a whole host of support from mental wellbeing, to Freshers’ guides, and career opportunities too.