founded in 1881 with the first classes taught in 1885, Morris Brown College has an outstanding roster of alumni who have excelled in business, the sciences, theology, government, politics, medicine, the arts, education, public service, etc.
As an academic institution, grounded in excellence an anchored in tradition, Morris Brown College prepares and promotes students destined for a lifetime of learning and achievement in a global society.
Based on Christian principles, Morris Brown College seeks to provide educational opportunities in a positive and nurturing environment that will enable students to gain the knowledge and skills needed in a global, culturally diverse and technologically advanced world characterized by rapid change and complex interdependence. Moreover, the College is committed to academic excellence through advancing knowledge.
100% of the 12 fulltime & 3 adjunct faculty have doctoral degrees in their teaching field. The current faculty student ratio is 1 to 6.
Active Student Body:
Maintained 124 years of continuous operation and graduated 51 students at the May 2005 Commencement Exercises and 43 graduates at the May 2006 Commencement Exercises.
Revised Academic Programs:
Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology Program Organizational Management and Leadership Program (for Adult Degree Students)Each will contain a General Education Core Curriculum
Reduced Tuition and Fees:
Tuition - $3,500 per semester and Fees-$3,000 for Room and Board Fee
For more information, please contact the Office of Admissions
Morris Brown College subscribes to all state and federal regulations prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, physical handicap and national or ethnic origin. Morris Brown College's nondiscrimination policy complies with all current statutes and applies to admission, employment and access to all the college's programs, services and other activities.