Morehouse Applications Free From October 11-15 For Fall 2022 Students

Morehouse College announced today that application fees will be waived from October 11-15, 2021
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Morehouse College announced today that application fees will be waived from October 11-15, 2021 for high school students who apply for residential fall 2022 enrollment.

Students must apply on the Morehouse College website. Students who apply by November 1 for early consideration can expect to receive a decision by December 15.

"We want every brilliant young man of color to consider becoming part of the Morehouse legacy, regardless of their economic background, so we are very pleased to extend the Free Application Week offer to encourage their application,” said T.J. Snowden, Ed.D., director of admissions and recruitment for Morehouse College.

“We are committed to creating better access for navigating the college application process. Whether it is a free application, advising through our virtual reality campus touring platform, exposing students to our impressive alumni, or offering more than 300 scholarships based on need and merit, the College stands ready to ensure the most talented, prospective students grow as scholarly leaders in a learning environment that embraces and celebrates the experiences and potential of Black men.”

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