Morehouse is partnering with Verily, a subsidiary of Alphabet, focused on life sciences and healthcare, to provide opportunities for exceptional scholars interested in STEM careers.
Morehouse College Receives a $2 Million Gift from the Ray Charles Foundation to Establish Scholarships
Morehouse received a $2 million gift from The Ray Charles Foundation to provide scholarships to outstanding business majors.
Morehouse College will lead higher education into a new frontier this spring as students will be offered two classes held in virtual reality.
Bank of America to Launch New Center for Black Entrepreneurship at Morehouse College and Spelman College
The Black Economic Alliance Foundation, Morehouse College, Spelman College and Bank of America announced plans to develop the Center for Black Entrepreneurship, the first-ever academic center to assemble, educate, and empower a new class of Black entrepreneurial talent.
Morehouse College and Coursera Announce Courses to Promote Understanding of Social Justice and Contemporary Issues
Morehouse announced a partnership with Coursera, a global online learning platform, to create courses for audiences eager to gain knowledge cultivated at Morehouse, including courses with emphasis on social justice or issues impacting Black men.
Visiting Professor of Journalism and Leadership Studies David Dennis, Jr. Awarded the $100,000 American Mosaic Journalism Prize
The Heising-Simons Foundation has announced that Morehouse Visiting Professor of Journalism and Leadership Studies David Dennis, Jr., and Michelle García are the recipients of the 2021 American Mosaic Journalism Prize, which includes an unrestricted cash prize of $100,000 for each.
Beverage leader Diageo North America has donated $1 million to Morehouse creating a permanent endowment fund that will provide scholarships for talented students.
Morehouse College Announces Online Undergraduate Experience for Non-Traditional Students Beginning Fall 2021
Morehouse College, the nation’s only HBCU dedicated to developing and educating men, today announced the planned launch of Morehouse Online, an online undergraduate program that will complement its heralded traditional on-campus experience.
First-ever scholarship and student program will benefit Morehouse’s Division of Business Administration and Economics students
Morehouse College is proud to announce its partnership with Propel Center, a new global campus headquartered in Atlanta that will support innovative learning and development for Historically Black Colleges and Universities nationwide.
Dacavien Reeves graduated on Sunday with the Class of 2020. All that he wants to do now is bear hug the kind stranger who paid his bill in full. His anonymous benefactor invested more money in him than anyone ever has—as much as $100,000 for four years of tuition at Morehouse plus expenses. And the donor gave without ever meeting or talking to Reeves or asking for anything in return. Reeves is now an asset and wealth management analyst at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
During his years at Morehouse, Grant Bennett rewarded the mentors who’d placed their faith in him. He played three years on the Maroon Tigers baseball team, and was leading the conference in home runs before the season ended early. He became a Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Scholar, was presented with the Andrew Young Center for Global Leadership Social Justice and Leadership Innovation Award, and was named a Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Scholar.
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.