• International Studies

    A CHOICE

    TO CHANGE THE WORLD

    Ten years ago, Niambi Young, Charlene Austin, Andrea Blanton, Ebony Hughes, Sarah Thompson, Bernice Appiah-Pinkrah, and Felicia Sheree Davis were the first students to graduate from Spelman with a degree in international studies. Jeanne Meadows, Ph.D., founding chair of the program, will host a reunion reception in their honor on Saturday, May 14.
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  • The The Spelman College Board of Trustees will

    A CHOICE

    TO CHANGE THE WORLD

    Precious Zywiciel Muhammad, community activist and founder of HAGAR Civilization Training Missionary, will be awarded the National Community Service Award at Spelman's 129th Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 15.
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  • WonderRoot xChange

    A CHOICE

    TO CHANGE THE WORLD

    Connecting People and Communities: The Spelman College Museum will host a WonderRootxChange lecture featuring artist and activist Dread Scott, on Tuesday, May 10, from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
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  • Commencement

    A CHOICE

    TO CHANGE THE WORLD

    Spelman is preparing to roll out the blue carpet for the 483 graduates of the class of 2016 who will receive their diplomas at 3 p.m., Sunday, May 15, at the Georgia International Convention Center.
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  • Reunion 2016

    A CHOICE

    TO CHANGE THE WORLD

    From May 11-15, 2016, alumnae from around the country and the world will return home to remember, reconnect and rejoice -- all in the spirit of the Spelman sisterhood.
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  • Strategic Planning

    Strategic Planning
  • Inauguration Recap

    Inauguration Recap
  • Museum of Fine Art

    Spelman Museum of Fine Art
  • Alumnae Profiles

    Alumnae Profiles
  • Faculty Accomplishments

    faculty accomplishments
  • Campus Tours

    Campus Tours
  • Spelman Scenes

    Spelman Photos
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