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Morris College
Motto "Intrare Libris, Dispartire Servire"
Motto in English "Enter to Learn, Depart to Serve"
Established 1908
Type Private HBCU
Religious affiliation Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina
President Dr. Luns C. Richardson
Vice-president Dr. Leroy Staggers
Dean Dr. Marion Sanford
Faculty 75
Students 900
Location Sumter, South Carolina,
United States
Campus 33 acres, 24 buildings
Colors Blue and Gold
         
Nickname MoCo
Mascot Hornets
Athletics NAIA Division I
Affiliations Association of Independent Institutions (AII)
Website www.morris.edu

Morris College, located in Sumter, South Carolina, is a four-year, coeducational, liberal arts, private, historically black college which operates under the Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention.

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Academics

The college offers bachelor degree's in 21 areas of major study. Morris College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award four different types of bachelor degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Science in Education.

To effectively carry-out the purpose and philosophy of Morris College, the academic programs of the College are organized into six academic divisions that supervise their respective fields.

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Division of General Studies

  • The Division of General Studies allows students to establish and develop a solid academic foundation before entering into their major fields.
  • Honors Program

Division of Business Administration

  • Business Administration
  • Organizational Management MCMI Program

Division of Education

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Elementary Education
  • Secondary Education

Division of Religion and Humanities

  • Mass Communications
  • Pastoral Ministry
  • Christian Education
  • English
  • Liberal Studies
  • English/Secondary Education

Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

  • Biology
  • Biology/Secondary Education
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics/Secondary Education

Division of Social Sciences

  • Criminal Justice
  • History
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • Social Studies/Secondary Education.

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