Representatives from major companies come on campus all the time, but I was worried about if companies will recognize the name after I graduate if they did not actively recruit Spelman students.
I’m aiming for a 4.0 this semester but if that doesn’t happen I think I will not get less than a 3.7-3.8.
We hear a lot of great questions and stories in our forums.
We would like to highlight one thread that might be helpful to students who are deciding whether they should transfer out of their current college or university: Student: I’m currently a freshman at Spelman College, and I am thinking about transferring after this year.
I’m from California, so I was contemplating applying to UCs (Berkeley and UCLA) the applications are due in November, so it would be great to get advice about applying to those because the deadline is so soon! I asked her for her thoughts, and here’s what she said: I will say that Spelman is not for everyone.
I loved Northwestern when I visited in high school, so I would probably reapply there and to USC. I believe that it is way too expensive to stay there if it is not where you want to be.
I have been at my college for a little over a month, and it’s fine, but that’s it: it’s just fine.
I applied as a sort of throw away safety, but ended up attending (for some reason I always had a feeling that that would happen though…).
The students voted on a list of approved speakers, signaling a high-profile woman—the likes of Angela Bassett, Angela Davis, Kamala Harris, Ava Du Vernay, Shonda Rhimes or Viola Davis—might speak.
On the surface, Bottoms is the perfect choice as a young and stylish Black woman beloved by pop culture, a fellow HBCU alumna, and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.