Morehouse's Core Curriculum Effectiveness Ranked #1 Among HBCUs

Morehouse College has the #1-rated core curriculum of any HBCU nationwide
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Morehouse College has the #1-rated core curriculum of any HBCU nationwide, according to the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA), which annually assesses what college students actually learn at their institutions.

ACTA’s What Will They Learn report focuses on core academic effectiveness, as opposed to endowments and other criteria tangential to instruction, and is the only nationally-recognized rating system which examines the course catalogs of each college or university and assesses the program of study that all of its students share. Morehouse was the only HBCU nationally and one of three Georgia institutions among just 2.1% of colleges to earn an “A” evaluation in the report.

Other Georgia institutions with an A rating are the University of Georgia and Kennesaw State University.

“Morehouse takes pride in offering a liberal arts education that is responsive to our students’ needs and prepares them for life-long learning,” said Kendrick Brown, Ph.D., provost and senior vice president of academic affairs at Morehouse College. “This ACTA honor affirms the commitment of our faculty and staff to providing the powerful educational opportunities.”

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