Welcome to the Howard University Alumni Club of Greater Washington, DC

HUAC-GWDC continues its more than 50-year tradition of supporting the University’s mission and goals, supporting Howard University students, and serving the greater Washington, DC community.  We are committed to attracting and engaging Howard University Alumni to provide multi-level University support by serving our students and our community and by ensuring a visible, viable, and vital organization that embraces the spirit of excellence.

We sponsor a number of activities and events to raise scholarship funds and to promote networking and camaraderie among Howard alumni:

  • Awarding scholarships to HU students
  • Supporting the HU Science and Mathematics Charter School located on campus
  • Supporting the HUAA/National Education Association Read Across America Program
  • Hosting the Backpacks-to-Briefcases Seminar for HU students
  • Collaborating with the Admissions Office to recruit incoming students
  • Conducting Financial Aid and Application Writing Workshops
  • Hosting Family, Friends and Students Cookouts
  • Post Charter Day Jazz Brunch and Fashion Shows
  • Holiday Parties
  • Alumni-to-Alumni Mentoring Programs
  • Fall Opening Reception and Networking Events (Kennedy Center, Congressional Black Caucus)

Sign up for the 4th Annual HBCU 5K Run/2K Walk!!


Good Day Howard Bison!

The DC Metro HBCU Alliance will host the 4th Annual 5K Run/2K Walk at Howard University on Saturday, June 25.

Each Chapter/Club represented in the DC Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance must have at least three volunteers for each activity. Activities include stuffing bags, distributing bags, and race volunteers. If you would please inform your clubs about the race and the need for volunteers.

Last year Howard University Alumni Region II won first place. With your help, we can do that again this year. But we need YOU to volunteer AND to register to run or walk the race.

To register to run/walk, please click here: https://raceroster.com/events/2016/7774/4th-annual-dchbcuaa-5k-run2k-walk-health-hunger-and-higher-education-community-fair.

To register to volunteer, please click here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0b49acae2fa5fc1-dchbcuaa.

Thank you!




The Art of Interpretation - Art Exhibit & Fundraiser


Thursday, April 21, 2016  /  
6:00pm - 8:30pm

Pepco Edison Place Gallery
702 Eighth Street NW
Washington DC 20001


Hope to see you there!
Please ask your fellow alumni to join us!

Click here to view the
HUAA-GWDC Strategic Plan for 2015-2016


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