Morehouse College

Morehouse College is expanding access to equity-focused leadership.

The Fellowship in Partnership with Morehouse

For more than 150 years, Morehouse College has developed young Black men ready to answer the call to serve and lead in their communities. By launching a new Center for Excellence in Education and a robust digital transformation, we are making this distinguished calling more readily available to educators across the country.

About Morehouse College

Morehouse College is the largest men’s college in the United States and the only college with a mission to educate Black men.

A private, liberal arts institution founded in 1867, Morehouse is the nation's top producer of Black men who go on to receive doctorates, the top producer of Rhodes Scholars among HBCUs, and was named to the list of U.S. institutions that produced the most Fulbright Scholars in 2019-2020. According to the American Council of Trustees and Alumni, Morehouse has the top-rated core curriculum of any HBCU nationwide. Academic Influence named Morehouse one of the two most influential HBCUs of the 21st century. Morehouse is one of the top five HBCUs nationally, according to U.S. News and World Report, which also ranked the college among the top 20 liberal arts colleges nationally in terms of social mobility and the top 50 nationally in terms of innovation. According to Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Morehouse is the #1 producer of Black male graduates in Georgia in biology, business, engineering, English, foreign languages, history, mathematics, performing arts, philosophy, physical sciences, religion, and visual arts.
As the epicenter for thought leadership on civil rights, Morehouse is committed to helping the nation address the inequities caused by institutional racism, which has created social and economic disparities for people of African descent. Prominent Morehouse alumni include Martin Luther King Jr., Nobel Peace Prize Laureate; Dr. David Satcher, former U.S. Surgeon General; Shelton "Spike" Lee, Academy Award-winning American filmmaker; Maynard H. Jackson, the first African American mayor of Atlanta; Jeh Johnson, former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security; Louis W. Sullivan, former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services; Bakari Sellers, attorney and CNN political analyst; Randall Woodfin, elected as the youngest mayor of Birmingham in 120 years; and U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock, Georgia’s first Black U.S. senator from Georgia.

For more information, visit www.morehouse.edu.