Black Alumni Weekend

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The Auburn Alumni Association will be hosting its seventh annual Black Alumni Weekend on November 12-14, 2021, an annual three-day celebration featuring vibrant, family-friendly social events, and networking opportunities. It is a chance to celebrate the heritage, culture and legacy of Black alumni and forge the future for Black students at Auburn University.  The weekend will coincide with the Auburn vs. Mississippi State football game.

2021 Black Alumni Weekend Welcome Event Photo Album

2021 Black Alumni Weekend Welcome Event

2021 Black Alumni Weekend Tailgate Photo Album

2021 Black Alumni Weekend Tailgate

Black Alumni Weekend Awards

 

The Black Alumni Weekend Award recognizes recipients for outstanding achievements in their professional lives, personal integrity and stature and service to the university.

2021 Black Alumni Weekend Awards Brunch

2021 RECIPIENTS

Apollos Abercrombie, Raymond J. Harbert College of Business
Brenda Allen, School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
Joshua Ekandem, College of Architecture, Design & Construction
Sophia Bracy Harris, College of Human Sciences
Jerlando Jackson, College of Education
Lawrence Martin, Raymond J. Harbert College of Business
Jocelyn Richardson, College of Veterinary Medicine
Jamesa Stokes, College of Sciences and Mathematics
Latricia “Vonnie” Stone, School of Nursing
K-Rob Thomas, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
Marquita Winder, Harrison School of Pharmacy

Stay up-to-date on the weekend’s events!

Once you download the app, be sure to Login to gain access to all the great benefits as a member. 

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Tell Us Your Story

Share your own personal story and add to the history of the African-American experience at Auburn University by clicking the button below.

Alumni can also donate scrapbooks, diaries, journals, letters, photographs and other items related to their time at Auburn University to the Special Collections and Archives Department. In doing this we can ensure that future generations know what life was like for years to come.

To make a donation, contact Tommy Brown at 334-844-1733.

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