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.
Morehouse College on Thursday was named one of 10 new regional hubs for coding and creativity as part of Apple’s Community Education Initiative, a partnership that is increasing tech training and certification opportunities at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and their surrounding communities.
Morehouse College Valedictorian Golden Daka, salutatorian Huiet Joseph IV look forward to Commencement ceremony Dec. 13.
Morehouse Partners with National Training Institute on Race and Equity to Expand Implicit Bias Training Sessions in Policing and Business
Morehouse College is partnering with The National Training Institute on Race and Equity (NTIRE) to help address issues of bias in business, criminal justice, education, healthcare, and governmental agencies. NTIRE offers diversity and anti-bias training sessions to organizations that want to improve community relations and employee interactions, as well as provide opportunities for professional growth to help minorities progress throughout the ranks of management. Individuals and organizations
Morehouse College is re-opening the campus to students for the Fall 2020 Semester.
Morehouse College Student Success Program Receives $40 Million Donation from Philanthropists Patty Quillin and Reed Hastings
Philanthropists Patty Quillin and Reed Hastings, chief executive of Netflix, have donated $40 million to the Morehouse College Student Success Program to establish a fund that will allow at least 200 students to graduate debt free.
To the families, friends and loved ones of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, we extend our deepest sympathy. Our hearts ache for both the nation we have worked to make more just and equitable and for the city we love and call home.
Morehouse College President David A. Thomas announced Monday that the institution will implement a reduction in force, furloughs, and pay cuts as part of a cost-reduction plan to offset an anticipated fiscal year 2020-2021 budget deficit and anticipated impact of the pandemic.
Morehouse College is partnering with Microsoft in a campaign to address the digital divide that will equip newly enrolled students for the 2020-21 academic year with Microsoft Surface 2-in-1 tablets that run Windows 10 and can be used in either tablet or desktop mode.
Morehouse College’s first coding certificate bootcamp, Momentum@Morehouse, will launch online on May 26 to help a community of career-starters, skill-seekers, and workers downsized during the global pandemic learn how to thrive as software developers.
Morehouse College students displaced from housing and steady meals by the decision to transition to online classes during the global pandemic are receiving support from a more than $260,000 gift generously donated by alumni and supporters.
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