He lifted a huge burden off the graduating class of Morehouse when he announced during his commencement speech that he would pay off the student loan debt of more than 300 students.
Leah Hernandez, a graduating senior in the business school with a concentration in marketing, has been named amongst the top five finalists in the 2019 GMAT™ Think Like an Entrepreneur competition.
In front of a packed studio audience consisting of top HBCU students, school presidents, HCASC alumni and Honda associates, Spelman College took home the championship title and a $75,000 institutional grant at the 30th annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge National Championship Tournament, America’s premier academic competition for HBCUs.
Once again students, parents, corporate sponsors, and program institutions were to recognize outstanding dual-degree engineering students from Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College and Spelman College. The 42nd Annual Networking Event and Awards Ceremony is a recognition banquet for Atlanta University Center’s Dual Degree Engineering Program — held Saturday, April 13, at the Georgia Railroad Freight Depot.
Welcome to the inauguration of the Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival. By promoting understanding and appreciation for world cultures, artistic and creative expression, and a commitment to global issues and social justice, the Morehouse College Human Rights Film Festival promises to be an exciting opportunity to engage both the College and our community.
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“He who starts behind in the great race of life must forever remain behind or run faster than the man in front.” These words penned in the last century by the great American preacher, educator, and former Morehouse College president, the late Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, are...read more
As May approaches, students, faculty, and staff prepare for the season's pomp and circumstance marches through the country. The Atlanta University Center is no different. Beginning Saturday, May 18, 2019, the four Atlanta University Center Consortium member schools...read more
Torrence, California, (April 17, 2019) In front of a packed studio audience consisting of top HBCU students, school presidents, HCASC alumni and Honda associates, Spelman College took home the championship title and a $75,000 institutional grant at the 30th annual...read more
Founded in 1929 when the leaders of six historically Black colleges and universities in Atlanta decided to form a consortium that would collaborate on programs, resources, and services, the powerful learning and research epicenter would produce some of the world’s...read more
At first, David Wall Rice wasn't wild about working with the National Football League. It's a hierarchy topped by white billionaire owners who are "trading and making money off of the backs of black men," said Rice, an associate professor of psychology and an...read more
RETOOL YOUR SCHOOL IS 10 YEARS STRONG! AND, CELEBRATING IN A BIG WAY! What does it mean to be 10 years strong? Since 2009, The Home Depot’s Retool Your School Campus Improvement Grant Program has invested more than $2 million to update, upgrade, and uplift HBCU...read more