The Mission of BUBAA

The Bradley University Black Alumni Alliance (BUBAA) unites black alumni under an organization which represents its common interests and builds enduring, mutually-rewarding relationships between Bradley University and its black alumni.

If you would like to join the BUBAA, volunteer for a committee, or would just like more information about the organization, please complete our Affinity Group Form, or contact Vance Pierce '03 '05, BUBAA President. Click here to read the BUBAA Charter.

The Goals & Objectives of BUBAA:
  • Promote scholarship and academic achievement among black students
  • Enhance the involvement of the BUBAA with black students through mentoring and networking opportunities
  • Support current black students and the university through the endowment of scholarships, financial support and the development of other resources
To donate to the BUBAA Scholarship, click here and type in "Black Alumni Scholarship" in the box marked 'Designation'.

2014 BUBAA Recognition Awards
Bradley University Black Alumni Alliance (BUBAA) is the official black alumni organization dedicated to working within the university system to represent the interests and support the development of black alumni and undergraduate students. To that end, we are presenting our Annual Recognition Award Program. While Bradley University offers three prestigious awards to alumni and friends of the University, we are recognizing the many stellar achievements of our own nominated by our own.  

Click here for nomination guidelines to the 2014 BUBAA Awards.

The 2014 BUBAA Reunion is April 25-27, 2014. To print out an ad form for the BUBAA Alumni Reunion 2014 Souvenir Ad Book, please click here.


   Vance Pierce '03, '05

  Renee Webb Jones '74
Past President
  Rhonda Potts '04
Vice President

  Wanda Bolton '73
Marketing & Historical/Recognition

  Hubert Stalling '85
Secretary & Scholarship/Fundraising
  Nate Martin '84
Membership/Student Relations
  Michelle Mills '03
Membership/Student Relations
  Mike Davis '75