The African Students Association was chartered on February 3rd, 1969 here at Penn State University Park, and serves to foster a relationship and a better understanding amongst our fellow Africans and members of diaspora here on campus. ASA takes pride in being one of the largest cultural student organizations and strives to unite the sons and daughters of the Motherland and all those concerned with its welfare. This is mainly done through social and cultural activities–the largest being Touch of Africa.
A S A S C H O L A R [no.6]
senior - SRA Major, IST Minor
Biile is an active member of ASA
She is the Co-Founder & VP of WIRED IN.
A member of the Pro Expo Committee, Future Forum Committee and currently a Resident Assistant for Schreyers Honors College.
Last summer she also successfully completed a PWC internship.
African Students AssociationUniversity Park Chapter
State College, PA
To unite sons and daughters of the Motherland and all those concerned with her welfare. Through constructive student engagement we will foster a better understanding of each other and the issues affecting Africa.