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For 40 years, My Carolina's Black Alumni Council has worked to encourage black alumni of the university to be involved in all things Carolina. Connecting with fellow Gamecocks, joining My Carolina and advocating for the university together enrich the experience of all Gamecocks.
Simone Keller can help you get involved! Feel free to contact Simone directly at (803) 777-3989.
Since 1983, the Black Alumni Council has actively worked to attract bright students to the university by providing scholarships to graduating high school seniors who have excelled academically. Richard Theodore Greener, the man for whom the scholarship is named, became the first African-American to graduate from Harvard University in 1870 and was the first African-American faculty member at Carolina in 1873.
Want to serve your alma mater? The Alumni Association is currently seeking alumni to serve on the leadership board of the Black Alumni Council. The following seats are available: Atlanta, Charleston, Charlotte, Midlands SC, and New York City, NY.