Morehouse College plans to partially reopen its campus in January to accommodate up to 1,200 freshmen and upperclassmen and a limited number of faculty and staff members for the Spring 2021 Semester.
Peloton, the world’s leading interactive fitness platform, and GRAMMY® Award-winning global entertainer and entrepreneur, Beyoncé, are partnering with Morehouse College to promote healthy lifestyles by gifting students a complimentary two-year digital membership to online fitness classes rooted in the celebration of music.
Global nonprofit Points of Light is partnering with Morehouse College, the nation’s only historically black college focused on educating men, to launch “Listen. Learn. Act to End Racism,” a new initiative designed to empower businesses, nonprofits and individuals to use their influence to fight against systemic racism.
Morehouse College to Participate in the New Morgan Stanley HBCU Scholars Program Funded By a $12 Million Donation to HBCUs
Morehouse College will share in a $12 million gift donated by Morgan Stanley to establish the new Morgan Stanley HBCU Scholars program, an initiative that will provide full scholarships to 60 students at three participating institutions.
President Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton to host CGI University event with Morehouse College on Oct. 8
President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton will partner with Morehouse College to co-host a Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) virtual event at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 8 that will bring together business, health, and student leaders to discuss strategies to build a more inclusive future through entrepreneurship, innovation, and the recruitment of a diverse workforce.
Morehouse College has received a $1 million grant from the Ernst & Young Foundation support teaching and learning online. The grant funds will be used to upgrade the computer network infrastructure, to evaluate and implement new technologies that will enhance the student experience, and to transform traditional classrooms into collaborative hubs like those in the tech industry.The Ernst & Young Foundation stimulates and supports excellence in higher education, creating pipelines to ...
Morehouse College will shine its social justice spotlight on filmmakers who use their artistry to promote activism at the second annual Human Rights Film Festival, which will be held virtually from Sept. 24-26, 2020. Films from five continents and 13 countries—from China to Gambia—are competing for the title award. Film submissions often explore the impact of race, gender identity, religion, and poverty on the areas of health care, housing, hunger, education, environmental justice, and law enfo
Twenty Morehouse College students began their college careers on the first day of classes Wednesday debt-free, as the recipients of the Dr. Michael L. Lomax Student Success Scholarship.
Morehouse College has received a $9 million grant from the National Science Foundation as a founding partner of the HBCU Undergraduate Success Research Center, an initiative designed to increase educational and employment opportunities for minorities interested in STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
On August 4th, with the help of our partners at Microsoft and UPS Foundation, we packed, loaded, and shipped approximately 550 Surface Go 2 tablets for delivery to the incoming class of 2024.
Morehouse College announced Monday that students will continue learning remotely this fall, due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in Georgia and other states that many men of Morehouse call home. College officials have made no decision about re-opening the campus to students for the Spring 2021 Semester.
A new office of the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center (UGA SBDC) is coming to the campus of Morehouse College.
Morehouse College will share in a $7.7 million grant from the National Park Service, which recently allocated funds for projects at 18 HBCUs. The $500,000 award—one of the top NPS grants—will be used to repair and restore the exterior of Morehouse's oldest building, Samuel T. Graves Hall, which housed the College's first academic classes and administrative offices.