2020 Atlanta University Center
Virtual Graduate and
Professional Schools

Atlanta University Center students connect with the world’s leading graduate, medical, law, and professional schools, October 13-15, 2020.

Especially as the world adjusts to new ways of learning, interacting, and collaborating, it is more important than ever to connect talented students with a desire for education beyond a bachelor’s degree with graduate and professional schools which can ignite intellectual genius, elevate professional skills, and make career pathways clearer.  Among the most well-prepared in the nation, students from Atlanta University Center Consortium (AUCC) institutions continue to make lasting contributions to academic, cultural, and social environments at graduate and professional schools around the world as they prepare for careers of leadership and consequence.

Arts and Sciences Graduate School Fair

Tuesday, October 13, 2020
4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

Business and Management Graduate School Fair

Wednesday, October 14, 2020
4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

Law, Medical, and Professional (Certification/Licensure) Schools Fair

Thursday, October 15, 2020
4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

How It Works

In concert with social distancing requirements at each institution, the annual AUC Graduate and Professional Schools events will be held virtually using an online platform designed by Handshake, one of the largest online career planning websites for college students. During the events, graduate and professionals schools can host information sessions through streaming video, engage directly with student participants, and identify prospective program applicants for follow-up interaction. Students can learn more about educational opportunities after their undergraduate experience, explore the uniqueness of programs at various institutions, and determine how additional credentials can affect their career trajectories.

Students Who Stand Out.

Clark Atlanta University students engage in ground-breaking research, academic competitions and high impact practices, which challenge, inspire and prepare them for a lifetime of leadership and service. The provide  a transformative learning environment for  students to equip them with the tools they need to become actively engaged in their career and community upon graduation. CAU offers a college experience with the personal attention of small class sizes; the legacy, warmth, and energy of the historically black college experience; and the resources of a research university with access to the largest prostate and ovarian cancer research centers in the southeast, one of the longest running jazz stations in the world, and combined degree programs.

CAU Website
CAU Career and Professional Development

Morehouse College is the world’s only HBCU for men. It has produced four Rhodes Scholars, several college presidents, and leaders in many other fields. It is the nation’s top producer of black males who receive doctorates in education, life and physical sciences, math and computer sciences, psychology and social sciences, as well as humanities and the arts. Although times change, Morehouse’s mission remains steadfast: to produce academically superior, morally conscious leaders for the conditions and issues of today. Nearly three-fourths of our students volunteer within the community. Many Morehouse students also travel or study abroad, awakening them to the complexities of a global community. Morehouse is committed to training the leaders who will change their communities, the nation and the world.

Morehouse Website
Morehouse  Career Development and Engagement

Spelman College has been recognized among the top 100 national liberal arts colleges, and has been the No. 1 historically Black college and university in the country for more than a decade, according to U.S. News & World Report. Spelman’s  graduation rate is the highest among all HBCUs. The college is among the most selective women’s college in the nation,  educates a higher number of Gates Millennium Scholars than any other college or university in the country, and  is annually recognized as one of the leading producers of Fulbright Fellowship winners. Spelman is among the most selective women’s college in the nation and is one of the nation’s leading producers of black female medical students and doctoral candidates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and has been recognized by the National Science Foundation as the leading producer of black women who go on to earn doctorates in the sciences.

Spelman Website
Spelman Career Planning and Development

"The world has no time to waste in putting innovators, leaders, and creative professionals to work in solving the toughest challenges, disrupting the status quo and changing paradigms."

– Todd Greene, Executive Director, Atlanta University Center Consortium


Need more information?

AUCC Career Services
Email: campusrecruiting@aucenter.edu
or visit the AUCC Career Services website here.

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