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"Together We Can Overcome"

The COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent quarantine of communities have caused many households loss and anxiety. Sign up here to make calls, grocery or prescription pickups, or serve as a prayer warrior for a Spelman sister.

Even now, we can continue to make a difference beyond Spelman’s gates socially, spiritually, intellectually, and with a sense of purpose, all Powered by Sisterhood! In True Blue Spirit, blessings to you.

"Young Gifted and Blessed" Virtual Bible Study

Let's learn and grow together!
Virtual Bible Study
Hosted by: Alisha Bailey C'2013

Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday @ 6:30 PM EST

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 864 6237 4273
Passcode: 1881

Georgia Runoff Election Schedule

Nov. 5 Begin Requesting Absentee Ballots @
Dec. 7 Deadline for Voter Registration
Dec. 14 Early Voting Begins
Jan. 1 Early Voting Ends

Adopt-A-Sister Program

While the feelings of excitement and nervousness expressed by the incoming students are typical of what any student embarking on their time in college would feel, we all know that this is not a traditional start for our Spelman little sisters. As alumnae, this is our opportunity to show them a little extra sisterly love.

We are inviting all members of the Atlanta Chapter to participate in a special opportunity to Adopt-A-Sister. As an alumna big sister in the program, you are committing to touching base with your adopted little sister at least two times per semester, providing two tokens of sisterhood throughout the school year, and fostering connections and networking opportunities where possible. To sign up, simply go to and complete the form. We will be reaching out shortly with the matches.

Participation is open to members only.
Not a member of the Chapter? Join today.

Women's Wealth Building Wednesdays

Join us for the third session of the Women's Wealth Building Wednesdays series on Wednesday, November 18 at 6:30pm. This month's topic is "Tax Matters 101"

National Scholarship Month

The focus of National Scholarship Month is on building awareness among scholarship providers, institutions of higher education, students, parents, and businesses, and celebrates the work of helping students get to and through college. While scholarships are available on all levels of higher education, this is a great time for high school juniors and seniors to get organized and start applying for scholarships to offset the rising cost of college education.

National Family Caregivers Month

November recognizes the millions of caregivers across the country who support aging parents, ill spouses, or loved ones with disabilities receiving care in and remaining at home. Research indicates that "caregiving takes a significant emotional, physical, and financial toll, but it also reveals that coordinated support services can reduce caregiver depression, anxiety, and stress, and enable them to provide care longer." During this month we encourage you to R.A.I.S.E – Recognize, Assist, Include, Support, and Engage with caregivers in our Spelman community and those in your network to support them in this labor of love.

Stay Woke Movie Screening

Join the Advocacy & Social Action Committee for a viewing of “Stay Woke: The Black Lives Matter Documentary.” This virtual event will occur on Sunday, November 22nd, 2pm. A zoom link with the information to join the movie screening will be provided prior to the event for those who RSVP.

Sweat It Out

Join the Young Alumnae Committee & Certified Personal Trainer and founder of Lampley Fitness Labs, Inez Lampley, C'2012 for a 45-minute sweat it out event! This workout on November 24 at 6:30pm is guaranteed to help you burn off all of those future Thanksgiving Day calories. This event is for all ages, all you need to bring is your best energy…and some water!

December General Body Meeting

Join us for the last General Body Meeting of the calendar year on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 2pm.

Education Forum: Teaching & Leading During A Global Pandemic

Please join the Advocacy and Social Action Committee of NAASC-Atlanta on December 6, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. for an Education Forum featuring a dynamic panel of educational leaders from both higher education, public and private P-12 education, and government agencies as they discuss how they are closing the widening equity and access gap as a result of Covid-19. Come hear how these educators are teaching and leading to provide students with the tools they need to ensure their academic, emotional and overall success and wellbeing during a global pandemic