Morehouse College Reviews

  • 4 Reviews
  • Atlanta (GA)
  • Annual Tuition: $29,468
100% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 4 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Jonathan McFarlane-Weinstein
  • Reviewed: 5/12/2019
  • Degree: Political Science
"Morehouse College, a well renowned HBCU (Historically Black College & University) located in Atlanta, GA is a marvelous institution to attend. The college has a pertinent history within the city of Atlanta and within every building on campus this is evident in the building's name, its history, to historic photographs located within its halls. Each academic department is staffed with professors who truly care about the student's matriculation both in and outside of the classroom. This is evident in bringing materials such as movies, field trips, to extra credit assignments that utilize materials outside of the classroom to better encapsulate the student's learning in a highly technologized society we now live in. Students should not be afraid to voice their concerns on a topic, as professors encourage free speech pertinent to a subject to expand the meaning of material learned in class in order to apply to topics within the media. This in turn develops both hard and soft skills, that employers value when determining whether to hire an applicant or not. Since my graduation from the college, there has been renovations in the Cafeteria Hall, to classrooms, and even dormitories. Upgrades in the form of televisions, computers, more food selections for students lifestyles, and even an increased security presence to guard students against suspicious activity. In the end, the college does it best to achieve an environment that caters to the demands of its students while still preserving a tradition of maintaining its historical roots in African American history in a fast-evolving world."
David Blount Jr
  • Reviewed: 11/14/2017
  • Degree: Fitness Trainer
"Morehouse is what you make it. Morehouse College is a great place for young men who are trying to foster their education in a highly respected environment among HBCUs. If you're looking for the traditional college campus then you meant want to visit the campus prior to attending for the real experience. Outside of that Morehouse is a great institution, with many opportunities. Morehouse's social and academic lifestyle founded on a creating an environment that is considered to be great and can bring the best of out of others. It is an institution that has many different social events and guest appearances while also being located in the middle of Atlanta. The social lifestyle plays a huge role in the schools overall atmosphere. Morehouse also has a strong academically and morally. Each student has the highest standard in and out of the class. The classroom rigor and student integrity is what contributes to the strong trust between numerous organizations and institutions. Morehouse has been a school that has a fun social setting and offers many opportunities in every field."
Morehouse College
  • Reviewed: 3/18/2017
  • Degree: Political Science
"Morehouse College will equip its students with a well rounded knowledge base through the liberal arts course requirements. The acquisition of knowledge only intensifies as the student progresses throughout his collegiate career. The school is founded in historical traditions that persist to this day and impart a sense of value and purpose into each Morehouse Man. The college breeds academic competition in the classroom and camaraderie amongst its students and graduates; fortifying the network of Morehouse Men in the world."
  • Reviewed: 3/2/2017
  • Degree: Political Science
"Morehouse is an incredible school. The professors go above and beyond to make your success is achievable. Attending an HBCU was the best decision I could make. The close knit community allows you to flourish in a way that may not be possible at larger institutions. Of course each school comes with its own discrepancies. At times the Financial Aid Offices can become overcrowded and unhelpful. But if you put in the time and effort it'll be beneficial. The school allows for self expression while preparing students for the issues they are sure to face once they graduate. There is always a forum for healthy debate and having critical discussions. Overall, my experience was worth every penny."