Spelman College

Mary-Pat Hector, a 19-year-old Spelman student, will become a part of history if she is elected to office in the state of Georgia.

Spelman College, the nation’s top HBCU for women, is considering accepting transgender students. The news was announced by the college’s president late last week. The AJC.com reports: President Mary Schmidt Campbell included the information in a welcome back letter to the campus community on Thursday and posted on the private school’s website. Spelman is the […]

The account, which started posting May 2, details how the unidentified student was partying with upperclassmen from the men's college -- which is also the brother school to Spelman, a private women's college -- when four students took the anonymous poster into a room and began the sexual assault.

One of the most high-profile philanthropic love affairs in modern history has come to an end. In the wake of mounting rape and sexual assault…

Remember those Spelman girls? Specifically, twins Kristie and Kirstie Bronner (yep, of the Bronner Bros. hair extravaganzas and company), who were the historic HBCU Spelman…

Nothing beats homecoming weekend at a historically black college or university, but whose school has the best? Is it the Marching 100 down in Tallahassee,…

There are many reasons why Black students consider attending a historically Black college or university. Not only do HBCU’s provide an education, they offer Black…

To complete the trifecta of HBCUs in the Atlanta University Center Consortium (including Spelman, Morehouse), Atlanta University was founded in 1865 by the American Missionary…

Spelman College was founded on April 11, 1881 by two teachers in the basement of Friendship Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA. After money is gifted…