Morehouse College is partnering with the London and New York-based elite fashion house, and renowned bespoke tailor, Huntsman Savile Row to prepare enterprising business, mathematics, and computer science majors for success in their future careers.
Morehouse College will share in a $2 million gift contributed by the Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation to support new scholarships for Black students at 12 HBCUs.
Healthcare industry trailblazer Justin Bayless, CEO of Bayless Integrated Healthcare, contributed a $1.5 million gift to Morehouse College.
If you need proof that Morehouse prepares Black men for global leadership, just ask the editors of Savoy magazine, who this week named 13 alumni and President David A. Thomas, Ph.D. to its listing of the Most Influential Black Corporate Directors.
Morehouse College has the #1-rated core curriculum of any HBCU nationwide, according to the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA), which annually assesses what college students actually learn at their institutions.
Morehouse College Partners with Google’s Jigsaw to Create Anti-Bias and De-Escalation Virtual Reality Trainer for Police and Law Enforcement Agencies
Morehouse's Culturally Relevant Computing Lab and its National Training Institute on Race and Equity and Google’s Jigsaw will create Trainer, a platform using immersive virtual technologies to train police in de-escalation.
Morehouse announced that application fees will be waived from October 11-15, 2021 for high school students who apply for residential fall 2022 enrollment.
Morehouse College Students Win Zillow’s HBCU Hackathon With App That Flags Looming Affordability Challenges for Renters
Zillow’s HBCU Housing Hackathon, which drew more than 150 students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), awarded top prizes to teams that innovated to help at-risk renters and struggling first-time home buyers.
Morehouse College Receives $2.5 Million Gift from Mastercard to Attract, Educate, and Empower Black Entrepreneurial Talent
Morehouse received a $2.5 million gift from Mastercard to support the development of the Center for Black Entrepreneurship.
Morehouse moved up to No. 4 on the Historically Black Colleges and Universities list, according to the 2022 U.S. News and World Report rankings, up two positions since 2021.
Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival Workshops and Panels Aims to Empower the Next Generation of Filmmakers and Activists
The Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival returns Sept. 23-25 for the third year with TV and film industry experts leading several online, on-demand workshops and roundtable sessions as well as in-person, post-screening discussions at The Plaza Theatre.
Morehouse College has received a $350,000 grant from Wells Fargo to fund the Entrepreneurs of Color Program, which helps minority entrepreneurs to improve their business models, marketing outreach, technology systems, and seek resources necessary for growth.
Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival Returns with In-Person and Virtual Experiences, Critically Exploring Race, Justice, Politics, and Culture
Tickets are on sale now for the third annual Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival at morehousehumanrightsfilmfestival.com.