ATLANTA UNIVERSITY CENTER CONSORTIUM
The Atlanta University Center Consortium, Inc., (AUCC) is the oldest and largest academic consortium serving primarily African-American students. Its members are four trailblazing historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs)— Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine and Spelman College— which include highly-ranked liberal arts colleges, a comprehensive research university and a medical school. Together, AUCC institutions confer undergraduate and graduate degrees across a range of disciplines, and their graduates are leaders in their chosen fields. In addition, AUCC research addresses a broad range of global challenges, with a particular focus on issues and disparities facing minority populations.
DUAL DEGREE ENGINEERING PROGRAM (DDEP)
Since 1969, the Atlanta University Center Consortium Dual Degree Engineering Program works to significantly increase the number of minority engineers who are globally aware, socially engaged, and well equipped for scientific, technological, engineering, and mathematical careers. In collaboration with a wide array of corporations, engineering schools, and other partners, the Consortium-wide program offers services that complement those provided by its member institutions.