Building from the BSU 2013 demands and the 1968 BSU alums, members of the BSU demands recognized greater need for UCSB to promote spaces and services for the holistic success of the Black student population.  One such demand was the creation of a Malcolm X Center for Black Student Development in part to commemorate the 1968 North Hall takeover.  Through their hard work what developed was the Office of Black Student Development to "increase the number of black students in college who graduate and are successful."  This request asked for a Director, an Assistant Director of Black Student Development, two Academic Support Counselors, a Recruitment and Retention Specialist, a Coordinator of Black Student Life, and two Advocacy Counselors.