The Associated Colleges of the South
Incorporated in August of 1991, the Associated Colleges of the South is a consortium of outstanding private residential liberal arts colleges in the South who collaborate together to better achieve their individual missions.
News & Announcements
Celeste Guzmán Mendoza, Ph.D., has been named assistant vice president for Alumni Relations and Development (AR&D). Mendoza has more than 27 years of experience in fundraising, and she has been at Trinity University in the AR&D division since September 2020. Her recent promotion to assistant vice president of the division has given her a new platform to make an impact.
Spelman College announced today the appointment of Pamela E. Scott-Johnson, Ph.D., C’82, as the College’s new provost and vice president for Academic Affairs. Scott-Johnson, who currently serves as provost and senior vice president for Academic Affairs at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, New Jersey, will join Spelman on August 1, 2023.
Karen Yu, Ph. D., Professor & Chair of Psychology at The University of the South, had one of her articles recently featured in Inside Higher Ed. The article emerged from her participation in The Op-Ed Project’s Write to Change the World workshop this past summer, which was supported by ACS. Find out more >
Trinity University Professor Eddy Kwessi Awarded Inaugural Grant from the American Mathematical Society Find out more >
University of Richmond Astrophysicist Jack Singal Awarded Nearly 600K NSF Grant for Groundbreaking Radio Sky Astronomy Project Find out more >
Centenary College provost chosen for executive leadership academy Find out more >
Spelman College Receives $200,000 grant from the Deloitte Foundation to support students pursuing STEM fields Find out more >