Spelman College Top Questions

What's unique about your campus?


The sisterhood that is developed over the years, the network developed, and the post graduation opportunities.


My school has a great spirit of community. I could never feel alone because there are always people available to help and support students.


If I had to choose one thing it would be the expereience. I loved the people I met that I would have never met otherwise. There was a lot to do around and on campus. I was right in the middle of everything and learned about things I was never taught in high school. My professors were very knowledgable and I'm still friends with many of the people I met there. I also got the chance to travel with the SCGC. We sang all over the US. It was great!


The best thing about my school is that even though it's an HBCU, it is incredibly diverse. Everyone is different, and you can learn something new.


I love how although students are from different areas both within and outside of the United States, that we all still work towards one common goal of success in which will impact the world in positive ways.


Spelman College does everything in it's power to ensure that our students are comfortable with their new envirnoment. Honestly, Spelman is a big family, all of the women here are very loving and welcoming and they are like my sisters. The open and caring nature of the school environment is one that can not be matched at any other institution.


The best thing about Spelman College is the accelerated academic environment and the nurturing education that it provides to its students.


The besdt thing about Spelman is the love that everyone has for the institution. Faculty, staff and students alike are all proud to be apart of the Spelman community. The sisterhood is amazing, and you can always find someone to talk to about your problems who are willing to sit down and listen and help you in any way that they can. Everyone loves to be here and shares a unique outlook on life, the environment and how to make ourselves better in every way that is possible.


It teaches young African American women to discover themselves and be confident before entering the working world.