Micah Holmes attributes his attendance at Morehouse Colleges to one special person—his aunt, the late Brenda Scott from Decatur, Georgia. Scott saw a certain something in her beloved nephew, and encouraged him to be a Morehouse Man.
John P. Bowers, now a mobile app user interface analyst at JP Morgan Chase & Co. in Dallas, became a global citizen at Morehouse College. On Dec. 13, he will participate in the online Commencement with the Class of 2020 on YouTube.After completing his degree in economics and political science, Next fall, he will attend the MBA program at Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business in Dallas. He also plans to pursue a juris doctorate.
In his junior year at Morehouse College, Tavis Thompson joined a handful of other Atlanta University Center scholars in creating CODEHOUSE, a student-produced program introducing Metro Atlanta area teens from low income schools to tech careers. Thompson continues to help expand the 2-year-old program, but he’s doing it now while he is advancing in his own career, across the country at Microsoft. On Dec. 13, he will graduate in Morehouse College's online Commencement.
Despite his busy schedule, Samuel Abrams always kept his focus on academic excellence. He earned his bachelor’s degree in economics with a 3.85 GPA. On Dec. 13, the summa cum laude graduate will be recognized for his achievements at Morehouse College’s online Commencement on YouTube.
Actor Brett Johnson completed his academic studies with the Class of 2020 and will formally graduate in the online ceremony on Dec. 13. He credits Morehouse College and his experiences in acting classes at the Atlanta University Center for helping him to launch his film career.
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.
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
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.
Author and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has contributed an eight-figure gift to Morehouse College. The gift is part of Scott’s generous donation to 116 nonprofits driving positive change in the country, including six HBCUs. Scott announced the gift to nonprofits this week in the online news platform Medium. The billionaire said her donation was supporting institutions doing transformative work to improve racial, gender, and LGBTQ+ equity, as well as economic mobility and public health issues,