An Overview.

The Oxford African and Caribbean Society (ACS) is a student-run body, representing students of African and Caribbean heritage within the University of Oxford, that works to ensure that students of African and Caribbean heritage are able to thrive at the University of Oxford without having to compromise their cultural identity.

We are committed to the promotion of African and Caribbean culture and the social and educational development of tomorrow’s generation of gifted African and Caribbean students.

 
 

The AAC is one of a range of access schemes passionately established by the Oxford ACS, and is the UK’s largest student-run access conference for students of African and Caribbean heritage.

Our unique emphasis on relatable contextualised engangement allows us to use our personal experiences as students of African and Caribbean heritage at Oxford to build a confident, self-aware and independent generation of young black students, who feel empowered and equipped to shape their own lives in any direction they desire.