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Community" to update your profile and connect with your Spelman Sisters. Alumnae,
current Spelmanites, parents, and high school students interested in Spelman are welcomed
Alumnae Milestones & Achievements Do you have
personal milestones to share? Please add them to the Jaguar Community's
Become a NAASC Member
The National Alumnae Association of Spelman College (NAASC) is the official organization
that supports Spelman College through financial gifts, student recruitment, sisterhood,
community service and recognition of Spelman women. The Association provides, encourages,
and promotes growth and development of alumnae through leadership opportunities and
partnership alliances. NAASC actively seeks to involve all former student and graduates in
the fulfillment of its purpose.
Donate Make an
online donation to the NAASC Donald &
Isabel Stewart Scholarship. Scholarship funds will assist Spelman students during these
difficult financial times. Visit our Give Back section
for more details.
Spelman in the Bluegrass November 20 & 21, 2015 - Louisville, KY
The NAASC Louisville, KY Chapter is hosting "Spelman in the Bluegrass" Weekend Event,
Introducing Spelman College President Mary Schmidt Campbell, PhD.
Online registration is closed. Please purchase your ticket at the door. Visit the event page
for additionaldetails. For questions regarding the event, please email Daphne Smith.
SAVE THE DATE! - NAASC Southeast Regional Conference June 24-26, 2016 - Huntsville, AL
The 2016 NAASC Southeast Regional Conference will be June 24-26, 2016
at the Westin Hotel in Huntsville, Alabama. Room rates $115 per night. Conference registration $140 per person.
More info coming soon. For questions regarding the conference, please email Pamela Bigelow.
NAASC and The Tom Joyner Foundation Partnership
The Tom Joyner Foundation is partnering with the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College to help
raise funds to support scholars. Contributions designated to National Alumnae Association of Spelman
College will be donated to the NAASC Donald and Isabel Steward Endowed Scholarship Fund, which provides
annual scholarships to students and is administered by Spelman College. Spelman College will receive those
funds raised from listeners, alumnae, and other interested parties.
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The 2015 Spelman College Buddy Scholars are:
Erica Lamberson, C'2015, from Washington D.C. majoring in Comparative Women?s
Studies and Film.
Camille Zoe Swinson, C'2017, from Washington D.C. majoring in International Studies
Amber Hobbs, C'2017, from Southfield, Michigan majoring in Political Science