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New Research: HBCUs Do More with Less

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Story from the College of Education at Florida State University Researchers discover MSIs are actually doing more with less  TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A recent study co-authored by Dr. Toby Park, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership & Policy and Associate Director for the Center for Postsecondary Success at FSU, revealed that minority students who attend historically black or Hispanic-serving colleges are just as ... Read More »

Morgan Making College Cheaper for Some Transfer Students

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Morgan State University President David Wilson has announced a new incentive to students who have earned associate degrees to complete their education at MSU. The Transfer Incentive Program (TIP) will offer scholarships of up to $10,000 to incoming transfer students who have successfully completed their associate degrees. “Morgan enjoys a very healthy relationship with its community college partners throughout Maryland ... Read More »

Morgan Welcomes Inaugural Class of SEED School Dual Enrollees


Morgan State University and the SEED School of Maryland today signed a historic memorandum of understanding (MOU), offering dual enrollment and college-level course credit for select high-achieving students at the secondary school. The signing is the first agreement of its kind in Morgan’s 147-year history, and gives students an early path to full-time enrollment at the University, along with early ... Read More »

Morgan State Joins National Commitment to Expand College Access


Morgan State University was today listed among more than 100 colleges and universities nationwide, affirming their commitment to supporting higher education access and affordability to lower-income students. Morgan President David Wilson joined leaders from higher education, non-profits, private business and state government at a national summit on college opportunity, held this morning at the White House. The commitments are part ... Read More »

Morgan Partners with Iconic Author James Patterson to Enhance Teacher Education

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Morgan State University today announced a new partnership between its School of Education and Urban Studies and internationally acclaimed author James Patterson to enhance teacher education in Baltimore City and throughout the State of Maryland. Eight students majoring in teacher education have received a total of $48,000 in scholarship support from The Patterson Family Foundation, through the establishment of the MSU James Patterson Teacher Education ... Read More »

Morgan State Introduces the iPAL Program

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Officials and students from Morgan State recently launched the campus iPAL program, an effort to expose international and domestic students to a variety of cultures on campus. Find more information on the program at Read More »

Morgan Signs Cooperative Agreements with South African Universities


Morgan State President David Wilson recently completed an educational mission to South Africa, where he met with and signed Memoranda of Understanding with six of the nation’s universities. The agreements open the doors for international learning opportunities for Morgan students, and collaborative research and academic development with faculty from the six institutions. “We are honored to partner with some of ... Read More »

Latest Rankings from NCTQ Perplexing


Morgan State University was recently listed among a national ranking of undergraduate teacher education programs at colleges and universities nationwide. While Morgan’s ranking was comparable with programs at most of Maryland’s state and private colleges, there appears to be inconsistency with its ranking of our programs, and their view of the rigor and support our program provides for students. Morgan ... Read More »

President Wilson to Discuss College Completion at Harvard


Morgan State President David Wilson will join a panel of higher education thought leaders today on a panel discussion on educational opportunity and changing demographics in the United States. Dr. Wilson, an alumnus of Harvard, will make remarks on the nation’s imperative to increase the number of college graduates, and the necessity of historically black colleges within that mission. “If the nation ... Read More »