Spelman College Wins Honda Campus All-Star Challenge

In front of a packed studio audience consisting of top HBCU students, school presidents, HCASC alumni and Honda associates, Spelman College took home the championship title and a $75,000 institutional grant at the 30th annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge National Championship Tournament, America’s premier academic competition for HBCUs. 

AUCC Celebrates 90 Years of Collaborative Learning

In 1929, six historically Black colleges and universities leaders in Atlanta decided to form a consortium that would collaborate on programs, resources, and services, and become a powerful learning and research epicenter that would produce some of the world’s most brilliant leaders and effective change agents.

Attend AUCC Face to Face Presentations

AUCC hosts a series of face-to-face opportunities to engage community leaders on relevant issues impacting our lives. Accessible and on-site presentations, forums and panel discussions by AUC faculty, and staff, we seek to foster better community engagement through innovation, collaboration and education.

AUC Hosts Mural Unveiling Ceremony, Artist Talk to Celebrate Installation of Its ‘Off the Wall' Mural

Atlanta University Center institutions joined local arts organization WonderRoot to host a mural unveiling ceremony and artist talk with popular muralist Muhammad Yungai to celebrate the installation of the AUC’s ‘Helping Hands’ mural.

Presidents Rally For HBCUs

Ronald A. Johnson and and Valerie Montgomery Rice provide insights on how a strong American workforce needs the brain trust developed by historically Black colleges and universities.

The Atlanta University Center Consortium advances the civic mission of its member institutions.

The AUC Consortium advances the civic mission of its member institutions. The Consortium seeks to promote collaboration and involvement among our campuses, residents and other stakeholders in enhancing the quality of life within the neighboring community. The Consortium seeks to leverage the resources of the community and of member institutions to maximize opportunities for citizens to live, learn, work and play.

Clark Atlanta University is a comprehensive, private, urban, coeducational institution of higher education with a predominately African-American heritage.

Morehouse School of Medicine was founded in 1975 as the Medical Education Program at Morehouse College.

Founded in 1867, Morehouse College is a private historically Black liberal arts college for men.

Spelman College, founded in 1881, is a historically Black college and a global leader in the education of women of African descent.

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‘Gender, Race and Inclusion in the Sports Media: Who’s In, Who’s Out and Who’s Still Left Out.’

The panel's moderator and five members were themselves a highly diverse and accomplished group ― men, women, gay, straight, black, white and Latino ― with noteworthy careers primarily in the field of sports communications. Moderator Tareia Williams is the Turner...

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AUC Presidents Deliver Strong Case for Investing in HBCUs in New National Tome on Workforce

Clark Atlanta President Ronald A. Johnson and Morehouse School of Medicine President and Dean Valerie Montgomery Rice provide compelling insights on how a strong American workforce needs the creativity and brain trust developed by historically Black colleges and...

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