Recording Secretary

Canielia Jarrell - CAU '96


Walter Grant - CAU '07


Joi Worthy Johnson - CAU

Communications Secretary

Rodney Perry - CAU '15

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) is a comprehensive, private, urban, coeducational institution of higher education with a predominantly African-American heritage. It offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees as well as certificate programs to students of diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Clark Atlanta was established in 1988 by the consolidation of Atlanta University (1865), the nation's first graduate school for African Americans, and Clark College (1869), the nation's first four-year liberal arts institution to serve a predominantly African-American undergraduate student population.  


Francine Ferguson - CAU '04

Vice President

Tiffany Lee - CAU '97


Jamil A. Simmons - CAU '98

                             CAU '02

The Alumni Oath


As an alumnus/a of Clark Atlanta University, I do solemnly swear to uphold the honorable traditions of the University and its two illustrious ancestors, Atlanta University and Clark College. Imbued by the spirit of their historical mission to serve the needs of students of diverse backgrounds, I will endeavor to earn my own place among alumni who, by their devotion to this ideal, have brought recognition and honor to their alma maters.

I do solemnly swear to commit myself to the highest standards of service to humanity wherever my life touches that of others. As a socially responsible citizen, I commit myself to the search for solutions to all forms of oppression.

I do solemnly swear to provide moral, intellectual and generous financial support; and I will encourage others to attend my alma mater and thus to contribute to the perpetuation of the noble work of Clark Atlanta University – One Exceptional University.


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Financial Secretary

Dennie Byum CAU

Immediate Past President

Bakari Baker - CAU '99

National President Emeritus

Maurice Fitts-Page - CC '56