Our Community Partnerships & Programs

Atlanta Promise Neighborhood (APN)

A collaboration among Morehouse School of Medicine (on behalf of the AUC Consortium), United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta and the Atlanta Housing Authority designed to ensure that all children and youth growing up in the targeted neighborhood will have access to great schools and strong systems of family and community support that will prepare them to attain an excellent education and successfully transition to college and a career.

AUCC Anchor Institution Network

The AUC Consortium Anchor Institution Network is a gathering of faculty and administrators from Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine and Spelman College who are engaged in efforts to revitalize our surrounding community. Collectively, our members play a significant role in supporting development in West Atlanta through capacity building/resource development, housing and economic development, environmental sustainability, service learning, volunteerism or other strategies.

AUCC Community Leadership Collaborative (CLC)

Provides guidance to the AUC Consortium Executive Director and Council of Presidents in defining the primary goals and key strategies in building a vibrant community within and around the AUCC schools. The CLC consists of a broad range of stakeholders representing faith-based institutions; neighborhood associations; community organizations; government entities such as Atlanta Housing Authority, Atlanta Public Schools and Atlanta Police Department; merchants associations and UCDC.

AUCC CommUniversity: Community-Focused Lifelong Learning

CommUniversity connects our neighboring COMMunity and our UNIVERSITY center through innovative programs that inform, educate and inspire.

Atlanta University Center Neighborhood Association

Promotes historical preservation and works to improve and sustain a high quality of life for the AUC neighborhood. AUCNA provides leadership in representing the interests of residents, businesses, organizations and educational institutions to the City of Atlanta and the community at large.

University Community Development Corporation

A non-profit corporation that coordinates community development projects for the AUC schools. Since 1988, UCDC has worked to promote economic development and enhance the physical neighborhood and the quality of life for the more than 15,000 residents in areas near the AUC. UCDC acquires, rehabilitates, and facilitates decent affordable housing for moderate and low-income families.

West End Community Improvement District

Lead by interested commercial property owners and community organizers, the West End Community Improvement District (WE-CID) seeks to improve the quality of life for residents, students, business owners, and visitors of the West End community and improve public infrastructure. At the helm of the WE-CID, community partners will lead the charge in promoting economic development and a cleaner, safer and more attractive pedestrian-friendly community to live, work, and play.


Mr. Anthony Otey, CommUniversity Program Manager

Scroll to Top