More than 20 years after losing its accreditation following financial issues and lost student enrollment, Morris Brown College has been unanimously approved as a member of the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools Accreditation Commission (TRACS).
A small fire in an administrative office suite at Morris Brown College has spurred regional attention and a new appeal from Interim President Kevin James to help the school raise […]
The Oregon College of Art and Craft, Hampshire College and Green Mountain College are three of a growing group of colleges and universities nationwide which have closed or will be […]
A new trend of executive stability appears to be emerging for the new year.
Morris Brown College President Stanley Pritchett will resign at the end of this month, college officials announced this afternoon. Pritchett, who has served as president of the embattled institution since […]
Last December, Xinhua Education Investment Corp. purchased more than 130 acres and 30 buildings belonging to the former historically black Saint Paul’s College in Lawrenceville, Va. Today, Inside Higher Ed […]
Here’s a great rendition produced by recent Morris Brown College graduate Jody Mayfield, which college officials say may be the first rendition of the school song made public via social […]
Morris Brown College sold some land it didn’t own to the City of Atlanta, which has plenty of attorneys and civic analysts who are paid to know better about purchasing […]
Former Winston-Salem State University Chancellor and higher education consultant Alvin Schexnider writes for Inside Higher Education today about the diminishing prospects for some small-sized HBCUs – but his assessment may […]
Land given to Morris Brown College more than 75 years ago from Clark Atlanta University on the condition of its continuing use for academic purposes must be returned to CAU, […]