The Clark Atlanta University School of Business Administration Alumni Advisory Council (SBAAAC) aims to enhance relationships between the School of Business Administration (SBA) and its alumni, and serve as a source of continued support to current students and graduates in academic and professional endeavors. Additionally, the SBAAAC provides advice and counsel to the SBA dean regarding alumni initiatives as well as priorities identified in alumni feedback. Its members serve as ambassadors in their spheres of influence, and encourage alumni engagement with SBA faculty, staff and students, and with one another.
The Clark Atlanta University Alumni Association (CAUAA) is organized to promote the interests of the University through its alumni. The Association works closely with the Office of Alumni Relations in conducting a wide range of activities, including Homecoming, the Fall Conference, the Phon-A-Thon, May Weekend, New Student Orientation Seminar, Speakers Bureau, Visiting Illustrious Alumni, Special Nights Out for Alumni. Chapters engage in a variety of programs and activities that build membership relations, promote the University, and encourage alumni to support Clark Atlanta financially and otherwise.
Join the Association and become active with one of the chapters or call the Office of Alumni Relations regarding chartering a new chapter in your area. Only seven financial members are needed to begin a chapter.
All persons who are graduates or former students of Atlanta University, Clark University, Clark College, or Clark Atlanta University are eligible to hold membership in the association. Other interested supporters may hold associate membership in the association. Membership benefits include the Clark Atlanta Magazine, special notices and newsletters, discounts in the bookstore, the CAU Master Card, and invitations to association conferences.
The School of Business Administration is currently accepting volunteers or nominations for Class Captains for both the undergraduate and MBA programs. Class Captains serve as a crucial link between the school and alumni. They act as liaisons who assist in spreading the word about important initiatives at the School. Class Captains reengage alumni through volunteerism, annual gifts, recruitment, and student mentoring.
If you are interested in serving as a Class Captain for your class, please forward your interest, including program, class, contact information by e-mail at AlumniUpdate@cau.eduor send inquiries to:
Clark Atlanta University
School of Business Administration
Attention: Development Office - Class Captain Volunteer
223 James P. Brawley Drive, S.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30314