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    We don’t just educate students. We produce innovators and leaders who are men of distinction. U.S. Senator, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Oscar winner, corporate CEO, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary, Surgeon General—Morehouse Men are in a class all their own.

    Men on a mission

    To lead lives of consequence

    There is a world of universities and professions to choose from. Today, Black men have access to them all. But since 1867, many of the best and brightest have chosen an HBCU in Atlanta, Morehouse. Our 66-acre campus southwest of downtown Atlanta is home to more than 2,200 students preparing to make their mark on the world.

    #5 College Among HBCU’s
    4 of the 12 HBCU grads who worked in the Obama White House
    #100 Ranking Among All Liberal Arts Colleges Nationally
    2,500 Traditional and Online Students

    Your Road to Success Starts Here

    College is a big decision, and we are here to help students and parents envision the promise and limitless future of an elite liberal arts education at Morehouse. We believe in the power of mentorship. Our classes are designed to engage, inspire, and strengthen the relationships between students and educators.

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    We know students by name and provide mentorship through relationships that last a lifetime. Apply to become a Man of Morehouse today.

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    The Morehouse Man

    At Morehouse, you rise to meet the highest expectations. We are a brotherhood of men
    on a mission to lead lives of consequence.

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    Our History

    Morehouse College was founded in 1867 and is located in Atlanta, Georgia. We are the nation’s only historically black private liberal arts college for men. 

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    Our seven academic divisions led by world-class faculty foster interdisciplinary learning to produce 21st-century critical thinkers.

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    Majors and Minors

    Whether in a residential or online setting, the individualized attention available in each of our 33 majors’ classes prepares Morehouse Men for leadership.

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    Getting Admitted

    Each year over 650 students become men of Morehouse to continue the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Edwin Moses, Samuel L. Jackson, Spike Lee, John David Washington, and countless others.

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    Financing Your Education

    We are here to help each student and their family understand financial aid, scholarship, grant, and payment options that fit their unique needs.

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    Admitted Students

    The Admissions Resource Center (ARC) is a central hub for students, parents, guardians, counselors, and access professionals. 

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    Explore Our Campus Now

    Walk in the footsteps of history, where American Presidents have spoken, Dr. King was eulogized, Civil Rights Movements began, and where talented students became transformative leaders.

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    "It must be borne in mind that the tragedy of life does not lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goals to reach."
    - Dr. Benjamin E. Mays President of Morehouse College from 1940 to 1967

    Upcoming Events

    From events celebrating human rights heroes like Nelson Mandela and John Lewis to speeches by Presidents Barack Obama and Joseph Biden, Morehouse College is one of America’s centers of intellectual, cultural, and athletic engagement.

    All Year Crown Forum

    Crown Forum is a communal tradition that is mandatory for all students and that extends from the 19th century founding of the School to the ...

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    September Faculty & Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival

    The Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival (MCHRFF) is an exciting opportunity to engage the College and connect with filmmakers, ...

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    October Morehouse-Spelman Homecoming Week

    The Morehouse Homecoming is one of Atlanta’s most anticipated events and a time of reconnection, renewal, and rejuvination for Morehouse and Spelman ...

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