AUC Woodruff Library Response
Although the Library is currently closed, you can still connect with us online for many of the same resources and services you previously accessed in the both the physical and virtual setting. Please check this page often for updates and information about Library services. Also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
CAU, Morehouse, and Spelman Provide Guidance to Students and Families for Limited Spring In-Person Instruction and Campus Residency
November 16, 2020 - To allow students and their families the necessary time to prepare for the 2021 spring semester, the presidents of Clark Atlanta University (CAU), Morehouse College, and Spelman College announced preliminary plans to begin spring courses on February 1, 2021. Read press release.
AUC Campuses Move to Virtual Instruction for Fall 2020 Semester!
July 20, 2020 - Clark Atlanta University (CAU), Morehouse College and Spelman College—announced decision to move to virtual instruction for all students during the Fall 2020 semester. Morehouse School of Medicine will move forward with a previously announced hybrid model of in-person and virtual instruction given the institution’s role in healthcare delivery and the training of public health and medical professionals. Read more.
Documenting AUC Response to COVID-19: Share Your Story Today!
The AUC Woodruff Library is documenting the AUC community’s response to COVID-19 and the pandemic’s impact on students, faculty, and staff by collecting stories from across the AUC community. These stories will become part of the Library's Archives Research Center and will help future students, administrators, and researchers understand how we experienced this unprecedented situation.
We are interested in stories from AUC students, faculty and staff about how COVID-19 has affected their campus and personal lives – the shift to virtual instruction and learning; studying and working from home; the ways you, your friends and family are staying in touch; how you are managing the everyday challenges of self-isolation and social distancing, etc.
How you choose to share your story is up to you – video/audio recordings, photographs, social media and blog posts, digital journals or diaries, etc. The COVID-19 pandemic is a unique historical event that we all are experiencing first hand. Your personal shelter-in-place story can be a part of this historical narrative for future generations!
Please CLICK HERE for more information and to begin sharing your story now!
AUC Institutions Response
For the latest campus-specific guidelines regarding COVID-19, see your school websites: