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About ABK


Greetings and welcome to a new year with ABK! This year we have changed some things around to help us get more in tune with our principles: leadership, scholarship, and service. Beginning with service, we as an organization decided to develop a partnership with Project Safe, Inc. in order to bring community service back as a forefront. As we embark upon this year we hope to connect with our alumni, create more of a presence on campus, and most importantly help our members and friends become better leaders! Take a look around to learn more about what we are doing and feel free to contact us for more information!

Much love,
Wande Kotun and Rukiyyah Khan
2011-2012 President and Vice- President




The purpose of ABK is to encourage students to pursue excellence in all areas through scholarship, service to the community, and leadership potential.

Read our constitution to learn more about our organization.


Abeneefoo Kuo was founded in the spring of 1977 by Dr. Leroy Ervin, Dr. Ron McFadden, and several academically talented and involved African American students.

Abeneefoo Kuo is a Swahili phrase for "circle of honor". It is in that tradition that this organization strives to perform greater leadership, scholarship, and service in our community.