Title III supports Morehouse through financial assistance to establish or strengthen the physical plants, financial management, academic resources, and endowments. It carries our overall mission and serves as a liaison between Morehouse and U.S. Department of Education.
Enhancing Instructional Facilities
Title III supports the instructional and research practices of Morehouse by funding projects that help to modernize academic spaces. The purpose of this activity is also to reduce the maintenance costs and energy consumption by incorporating sustainability practices that align with good environmental citizenship.
Strengthening Technology and Campus Safety
The purpose of this activity is to provide reliable communication, the proper tools, and a technological backbone for Morehouse to perform critical academic and operational functions with maximum productivity. Projects connected with this activity enhance classroom technology, improve our network infrastructure, and upgrade the fiber optic connectivity between buildings.
Reengineering of Business Processes
This activity focuses on modernizing our administrative and academic technology to manage the key metrics related to effective spend management processes, improve data hygiene, enhance the accuracy and completeness of records, and develop data-driven strategies. Therefore, this activity conducts an assessment of all records, develops ways to consolidate work for cost optimization, and redesigns less-than-optimal performing business processes that are critical to our operations.
The primary goal of this activity is to ensure that professional development opportunities are offered to provide leaders and supervisors with critical leadership skills and behaviors, and best practices to successfully lead diverse groups of employees. We partner with professional development organizations that offer training for first-time supervisors, understand data analytics in education, build trust and collaboration in the workforce, manage successful projects, and create a culture of change to improve processes, leadership, and task management.
Faculty Development, Teaching and Advising Center
The purpose of this activity is to improve academic success by providing resources for the expansion of teaching practices and high contact advising. With an upgrade to our learning management system and continued faculty training, the instructional staff will use their new skillset and pedagogy in the classroom, moving advising forward.