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Alumni & Post-Grads

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Alumni Office
Albert H. Watts Alumni House
799 Fair St. SW
Phone: (404) 880-8022
Fax: (404) 880-8751
Alumni Services
  • Alumni Association
  • Athletic Booster Association
  • Job opportunities
  • Rental car discounts
  • Volunteer opportunities
Alumni Publications
  • Clark Atlanta University Magazine
  • Connections Newsletter – published quarterly for many Atlanta University, Clark College, and Clark Atlanta University alumni
Major Alumni Events
  • Alumni Annual Fund
  • Class reunions
  • Fall Conference
  • Greek Organization Reunion
  • Homecoming Weekend
  • May Weekend
Famous Alumni
  • Marva Collins – consultant to National Dept. of Children, Youth and Family Services, director of Chicago Right to Read Program, founder of Westside Preparatory School in Chicago; Educator of the Year Award from Phi Delta Kappa and the Chicago Urban League
  • James Weldon Johnson – African American author, poet, early civil rights activist, and prominent figure in the Harlem Renaissance Era; also wrote the lyrics to the national Negro anthem "Lift Every Voice and Sing"
  • Emmanuel Lewis – best known for his title role in the 1980s television sitcom Webster
  • Ma$e – rapper-turned-preacher-turned-rapper-again
  • Lt. Henry O' Flipper – first African American graduate of West Point
  • Eva Pigford – "America's Next Top Model" winner, season 3
  • Jackie Reid – former Host of BET's Nightly News
  • Carl Ware – named the executive vice president of public affairs and administration for The Coca-Cola Company, and has also stood on several directors boards
  • Louis Tompkins Wright – U.S. physician, surgeon, and civil-rights leader who specialized in head injuries and fractures, but also venereal disease and cancer.
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