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  • Locations: Atlanta, GA, United States;
  • Program Terms: Fall, Spring
  • Program Homepage: Click here
  • Restrictions: Grinnell applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Grinnell Approval Deadlines/Program Dates:

There are currently no active application cycles for this program.
Fact Sheet:
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Program by Theme: University Programs in English Subject Areas of Interest: American Studies, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Computer Science, Dance, Dramatic Criticism, East Asian Studies, History, Math, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Theatre, Urban Studies
Language of Study: English Campus Program Advisor: Alicia Stanley
OCS Contact: Alicia Stanley Housing: Dorm
Program Description:

Why study at Morehouse College?

  • Morehouse is the nation's only historically black, all-male, four-year, liberal arts college, founded in 1867.

  • The college's mission is to provide a comprehensive academic, social and spiritual experience that prepares its students for leadership and success in larger society. It endeavors to provide an environment that encourages students to develop an appreciation for the ideals of brotherhood, equality, spirituality, humane values, and democracy.

  • The 55-acre campus is located near downtown Atlanta and has an enrollment of 3,000 men from 40 states and 12 foreign countries. There are eight residence halls and more than half of the students are housed on campus. The college has 180 full-time faculty and offers bachelor of arts and science degrees in 35 majors.

  • Morehouse has a very lively student culture and charters more than 40 educational, cultural, religious, social and recreational student organizations.

  • Students at other colleges who wish to attend Morehouse may be admitted as transient students.

    Open to all majors and may be of particular interest in these subject areas:

    American Studies
    Business Studies

    East Asian Studies
    English
    Dramatic Criticism
    Dance
    History
    Philosophy
    Political Science
    Sociology
    Urban Studies
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Computer Science
    Math
    Physics
    Psychology
    Theater




This program is currently not accepting applications.