Welcome to Morris Brown College
The College is proud of its tradition of serving the educational needs of the best and brightest young minds, while simultaneously providing educational support to students who might not otherwise receive the opportunity to compete on the college level. Students fitting the latter are given the tools they need to increase their potential for earning a college degree.
Morris Brown College Students
The Division of student activities contributes significantly to student learning, development and recreation by assisting students in defining their education
Morris Brown College Alumni
Alumni are encouraged to support the institution’s goal of improving the success and retention of our students as well as all aspects of the institution.
Morris Brown College Academics
The curriculum at Morris Brown College is organized under two divisions: lower and upper. Our goal is to ensure that every student gets the information they need. Click below for more information
Morris Brown College News
On Friday, October 19, 2018 from 5pm till DAWN, registered campus sleepers will be on campus all night raising funds for Morris Brown College. We challenge all alumni, sororities, fraternities, band/choir alumni, athletic teams, alumni chapters and affinity/support organizations to participate and win the Most Sleeper Award for registered participants.
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Celebrated radio personality, entrepreneur and philanthropist Tom Joyner will keynote the 2018 Morris Brown College commencement ceremony. Bachelor’s degrees will be awarded to 15 graduating seniors during the ceremony scheduled Saturday, May 19, 2018, 4:00pm at Big Bethel AME Church, Atlanta. “Our 2018 graduates are prepared to serve in a competitive workforce or pursue degrees at the graduate level,” said Dr. Stanley J. Pritchett, President.
A Celebration Mass
A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
A Drum Major for Peace
50th Commemorative Year
By Sharon J. Willis
Saturday, April 7, 2018 at 4:00 PM
Big Bethel AME Church
220 Auburn Avenue N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Because of weather related renovation delays at Allen Temple AME Church The Morris Brown College 137th Founders Day venue has been changed to:
Flipper Temple AME Church
580 Atlanta Student Movement Blvd., SW
Atlanta, GA 30314
8:30 am – National Alumni Association Meeting
12 Noon – Convocation Speaker: Rev. Dr. Walter L. Kimbrough, Sr., ’64
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Todd B. Blackburn
Director of Alumni Affairs
Morris Brown College
The speaker for the Morris Brown College 137th Founders’ Day Convocation scheduled noon, Friday, March 23, 2018 at Flipper Temple AME Church will have to find ways to encourage attendees to “Imagine, Aspire, Believe”. The phrase used by the College as its mantra aptly describes the keynote, Rev. Dr. Walter L. Kimbrough, Sr. whose life has been defined by rising from humble beginnings to build one of Atlanta’s most successful ministries serving the underserved. By his own accord, he readily admits he was born “po and proud” as a Grady baby raised in an Atlanta low-income community. [View More]
There is an African Proverb that says, “If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there.”
At Morris Brown College, we are clear about where we are going and the road we must take. Because our focus at the College is to regain your confidence,we have chosen the path that will lead us to accomplishing our goal of accreditation in addition to fulfilling our mission of commitment to excellence in education—and we have faith that this will happen.
To accomplish this goal will require careful and accurate planning, extraordinary hard work, the acquisition of substantially more financial resources, and the cooperation and support of internal and external communities. In this regard, Morris Brown College is launching a three-year initiative, with the goal of raising $20 million. You, our supporters, can be instrumental in helping us accomplish this goal. With your gifts toward our annual fund and capital campaign, as well as your legacy giving, we will have the finances needed to regain accreditation, to remain competitive, and to reach new and stimulating levels of excellence.
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The Friendship Baptist Church and the Morris Brown College Family invites you to worship and fellowship with us
The Friendship Baptist Church and the Morris Brown College Family invites you to worship and fellowship with us
The event will be held on Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 10am
Reception immediately following service in Friendship Hall
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Dear Morris Brown College Family:
Welcome back to the Morris Brown College campus for the 2017-2018 academic year. We continue to work to make Morris Brown College a premier institution of higher learning. Over the summer, we made aesthetic changes to our grounds, improving the landscaping, clearing clutter, and repainting areas like the parking lot and inside corridors. This was a collaborative effort of students, staff, alumni and corporatevolunteers, and we thank all for their diligent and passionate support. For more information, click here
Morris Brown College, a private, coeducational, liberal arts college engaged in teaching and public service announces the appointment of four new members to its board of trustees. The appointments expand the current board count by an additional member and comprise a mix of expertise in business, education and government. Led by Chairman Reginald T. Jackson, the Morris Brown College Board of Trustees adds alumnus Charles Ogletree, a retired General Motors Corporation executive and business consultant, Dr. John Foster, former HBCU educator and AME pastor, Dr. Roland Thorpe, collegiate educator and founder of the Black Men’s Health Project and alumnae Marjorie Young, retired Georgia Merit System Commissioner and human resources consultant.
“The new board leaders with education experience will help us continue to shape the direction and development of our curriculum,” said Jackson. “The business and government expertise we’ve added should complement the additional structure needed to get us to the next level. As we work to turnaround the institution, we seek to cultivate an environment at Morris Brown College that inspires innovation and lifelong learning.” For more information, click here
We are deeply saddened by the passing of William “Bill” Taggart, Interim President, Morehouse College, and a recent commencement speaker and Honorary Doctorate degree recipient for Morris Brown College in 2013. He was an accomplished leader who exhibited the utmost in integrity and professionalism. The Morris Brown family and other HBCU’s are positively impacted by his many contributions to education and the business sector. We offer our most sincere condolences to his family and will keep them in our thoughts and prayers during this time of bereavement.
News & Announcements
Morris Brown College Donations
For Morris Brown College to become sustainable, it depends on the generous donations provided by supporters like you. For Morris Brown College to regain its historic place as a thriving, fully accredited institution of higher learning, the College depends on the kindness and generosity of people like you to support students with financial aid and scholarships.
We’ve put the power of the Internet into an easy-to-use donation click and pledge tool that will allow Morris Brown to accept donations. This allows Morris Brown to offer all of the features and items needed to help the college.
Alumni are encouraged to support the institution’s goal of improving the success and retention of our students as well as all aspects of the institution by maintaining and increasing financial support and involvement with the College. The Office of Alumni Affairs will promote, enhance, and develop support for Morris Brown College by strengthening the relationship between the institution, its alumni, graduates and other constituencies
Without Regard To Sex, Race Or Color
Morris Brown College is on the road to accreditation. We are confident that we will complete this journey with your help. The College expects to attain this goal in approximately 12 months.
Morris Brown College will carve out a new narrative as we continue our long, great and illustrious history into the future. It is important that we remember our history. It is important that we remember our struggle.
Colleges & Departments
The Lower Division: The General Education Curriculum
The lower division embraces all work of the first two years that is designed to acquaint the student with those fields of human interest that influence present-day living. The lower division courses are a part of the General Education Program and together are referred to as the Core Curriculum. The lower division courses are designed:
- To prepare student for active participation in society as citizens.
- To furnish students with the background necessary for advanced study in selected subject matter areas of technical and professional specialization in accordance with their interest and aptitudes.
The Upper Division: The Major Programs of Study
The upper division courses are those that pertain to the student’s major program of study, including courses in the major and courses related to or supporting the major. The upper division courses allow students:
- To concentrate in selected fields of study important in the pre-service preparation of technical training and professions.
- To develop a knowledge base and skills required in certain professional fields.
Academic Programs: Majors and Concentrations
At Morris Brown College, a “major” is defined as a course of study in a knowledge field offered by an academic department and in which the student engages in advanced work in that field during the Junior and Senior years. A major requires a minimum of 66 semester credit hours earned in a single department or in closely related departments. No credit will be granted in major courses for grades below “C”.
Major Fields of study require “areas of concentration”. An area of concentration is a specialization area within a major.
Declaration of Major
Each student should make formal application to a major program of study at the end of the student’s second semester, but no later than the fourth semester of matriculation. A “Declaration of Major” or “Change of Major” form must be filed with the Office of the Registrar and the appropriate academic department. Each academic department reserves the right to approve or decline the student’s application to major in that department based on the department’s program entry criteria.
List of Majors
Morris Brown College awards Baccalaureate degree – Bachelor of Science (B.S.) – in the following majors:
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
- Business Administration
- Organizational Management and Leadership
Academic Department, Majors and Concentrations
Department: Business Administration
- 1. Major Business Administration
- 2. Business Law
- 3. Community Program Management
- 4. Hospitality Management
- 5. Music Industry Administration
- 6. Small Business Management
- 7. Sports Management
Major Organizational Management and Leadership
- 1. Business Law
- 2. Childcare Management
- 3. Ethical Leadership
- 4. Executive Leadership
- 5. Professional Development
- 6. Religious Administration