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Domestic Exchange Student Reflections

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  • Naomi Steplight - Dartmouth College

    Naomi Steplight
    I am so pleased that I chose to study at Dartmouth for the fall. The experiences I gained through my classes were unlike anything I’d be able to experience at Spelman, and I am grateful for them.
  • Maya Perkins - Spelman College

    Maya Perkins
    I’ve loved my time at Spelman! Being surrounded by dynamic Black women has been truly transformative.
  • Abeo Chimeka-Tisdale - Mills College

    Abeo Chimeka-Tisdale
    I selected Mills College (Oakland, CA) as my domestic exchange institution because I wanted an environment that mirrored Spelman in some ways (small, historical women's college, near a major city) but would be validating of my queer and non-binary identities.
  • Kyana Washington - New York University

    For the past few months, I have had the privilege of studying at New York University. This experience has been a huge blessing, and I can’t believe I am halfway through the semester.
  • Sade' Harper - Stanford University

    Sade Harper
    My name is Sade’ Harper, and I am junior economics major doing a semester at Stanford University. It has been a difficult transition so far because Stanford works on the quarter system and the teaching styles are extremely different from Spelman.
  • Kristina Goodwin - Spelman College

    Kristina Goodwin
    Being able to attend Spelman has truly changed my life. I am so honored to be able to get the experience of attending an HBCU.
  • Alexis Heard - Spelman College

    Alexis Heard
    Coming from The New School to Spelman College is definitely a big energy change. Spelman has a community that cannot be replaced, and I have definitely been welcomed with open arms.
  • Kapri Washington - Spelman College

    Spelman Spring
    At first, I was a little overwhelmed by how many Black people there were around as a student that had attended a PWI for 2 years. Over time, it wasn’t hard for me to adjust. The students and faculty at Spelman (and in the AUC) are very welcoming.
  • Annia Rochester - Duke University

    Annia Rochester at Duke
    Attending Duke brought many academic challenges, but I was proud to hold my own in this new environment. Having the opportunity to take classes such as Immigrants in Exile, and French Current Affairs, enabled me to interact with students of different backgrounds.
  • Milan Moshay - Pitzer College

    Pitzer College Study Group
    My Domestic Exchange experience with Pitzer College in Quito, Ecuador has been quite adventurous. While in the country of Ecuador, I have been able to gain the experience of studying abroad at the University of San Francisco de Quito (USFQ).

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