Students from LMU have the opportunity to attend Morehouse College for one semester, with multiple courses offered by the various schools and departments. To learn more about Morehouse College, visit their website here.
Morehouse is the world’s only HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) for men. It has produced four Rhodes Scholars, several college presidents, and leaders in many other fields. According to the National Science Foundation, Morehouse is the nation’s top producer of black males who continue their education and receive doctorates. The National Science Foundation also ranked Morehouse as the No. 1 producer of black men who receive doctorates in education, life and physical sciences, math and computer sciences, psychology and social sciences, as well as humanities and the arts. Morehouse currently has more than 17,000 alumni representing more than 40 states and 14 countries.Founded in 1867 and located in Atlanta, Georgia, Morehouse is an academic community dedicated to teaching, scholarship, and service, and the continuing search for truthas a liberating force. As such, the College offers instructional programs in three divisions – business and economics, humanities and social sciences, and science and mathematics
You must complete the LMU Study Abroad Application as well as the Morehouse Exchange Program application (found here) by the LMU Study Abroad deadline date.
Morehouse College is located three miles from downtown Atlanta — the educational, cultural, economic and entertainment capital of the Southeast. The historic campus is situated upon a lush 66-acre campus inundated with classic Southern architecture.
Students may choose from the broad array of courses offered at Morehouse College to fulfill graduation requirements. The College offers instructional programs in business and economics, humanities and social sciences, and science and mathematics.
Applicants will take 12-18 semester hours worth of classes alongside Morehouse students in whatever desired areas of study. For a more detailed listing of Morehouse College’s course offerings please visit their academics homepage here.
For on-campus housing options, click here.
LMU students will be required to live in Morehouse College's upperclassmen residential experience which are geared towards meaningful interactions that increases a students chance at success through educational programming and social engineering. On-campus housing aims to deliver services that create Morehouse Men with preeminent character.
All students living in campus housing (except Suites) are required to participate in the mandatory meal plan. Students select either the Unlimited, 14 or 10 meals per week plan during housing sign-up. One meal swipe is allowed per meal period (does not apply to Unlimited plans). There are three meal periods on weekdays and two meal periods on Saturday and Sunday. The weekly meal total resets each Wednesday and unused meals do not roll over to the next week.
Campus Activities provide students opportunities to get involved with the Morehouse College community. Through involvement in student leadership, governance, community service, and recreational activities, students gain experiences that positively affect their development while at Morehouse College and increase their chance for academic success.These activities also offer students spaces where they can express themselves artistically, culturally, politically, and religiously
Greek Letter Fraternities and Social Fellowships are extracurricular organizations chartered by the College. The College encourages fraternities and social fellowship organizations to contribute to the fulfillment of its mission by promoting academic excellence, exercising collegial spirit, celebrating pluralism, recognizing the interdependence of campus organizations, and respecting the dignity of the entire College community.
Student Leadership Programs
The OSL aligns with the college’s mission to s to develop men with disciplined minds who will lead lives of leadership and service. Using the Council for the Advancement of Standards (CAS) in Higher Education’s six domains of learning and development (2009), which include knowledge acquisition, construction, integration, and application; cognitive complexity; intrapersonal development; interpersonal competence, humanitarianism and civic engagement; and practical competence the OSL will promote the personal and intellectual growth of students through co-curricular leadership development opportunities.
PROGRAM TUITION AND FEES
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