Complete Your Bachelor’s with an HBCU Online Community

Morehouse College is the only institution in the nation dedicated to empowering and developing Black men—a mission that now extends online and across the globe. When you enter our community of Morehouse Men, you become a part of something bigger than yourself: You join a motivated brotherhood committed to lifting each other up to the highest levels of leadership, service, integrity, and professionalism.

“Morehouse has the moral authority to provide the Good Housekeeping seal of Black male excellence. What we will demand of our online students will be comparable to what we expect of our on-campus students.”1

David A. Thomas, Morehouse College President


Earn an Elite HBCU Online Degree

Our community will mold you into a competent leader so you can find a path to fulfill your true potential. No matter where you live or what your life experience, our online offering will enable you to reach your education goals, advance your career, and form strong bonds with like-minded classmates at a college distinguished among HBCUs. Learn how our online program will transform you into a Morehouse Man in all areas of life.

Online Bachelor’s Program

B.A. in Business Administration



producer of Black men who
go on to earn doctorates


producer of Rhodes Scholars
among HBCUs

A Top Producer

of Fulbright Scholars
in 2019–20202


U.S. News & World Report3


We recognize the innate talent, adult life accomplishments, and previous college experience you will bring to Morehouse. To help more men like you transform into the leaders they were meant to be, we’ve created an empowering, affordable educational experience that’s accessible from anywhere in the country. Morehouse is rising to meet the demand for high-caliber online HBCU programs with:

Lower tuition at nearly 50% the on-campus rate

Acceptance of as many as 60 transfer credits

A meaningful education where your perspective is part of the curriculum

Apply to a Top-Ranked HBCU: Morehouse Online3

Morehouse Online is now accepting applications for the August 2024 cohort. To apply, you must hold a high school diploma, and we strongly prefer applicants that have completed some college credit. For more details, visit our Application Requirements and Tuition and Financial Aid pages.

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Since 1867, Morehouse has enabled Black men to harness their power and pave the way for a more just society. Today, we invite even more men to add their voices to our community—a place where your experiences and perspectives are valued. But our journey doesn’t stop here: We need your voice.

Our world demands leaders who can solve tomorrow’s challenges now. As a Morehouse College online student, you will develop the skills to drive positive change. You will become essential to the continuation and evolution of HBCU communities. You will walk the paths of legendary men who have changed the world through their courage, competence, and ingenuity—from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to Academy Award winner Spike Lee to Georgia’s first Black U.S. senator, Raphael Warnock.

When you join Morehouse, you can prepare to make your mark on history by transforming industries, inspiring societal change, or creating the next technological breakthrough. Whether you become internationally recognized, celebrated in your neighborhood, or admired in your own home, you’ll be a man of distinction: a Morehouse Man.

There’s more history to make—and Morehouse will help you make it.

Advance as an Empowered Morehouse Man

Complete your bachelor’s degree at a top-ranked HBCU online.3 Start by requesting more information today.

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1Danielle Douglas-Gabriel, “Morehouse College to launch online program aimed at helping Black men with some credits finish degree,” Washington Post, (February 3, 2021). Accessed February 19, 2021 from to footnote reference
2“Fulbright Top Producing Institutions By Year,” Fulbright (February 2020), accessed March 10, 2021 from to footnote reference
3“Historically Black Colleges and Universities,” U.S. News & World Report, accessed May 2022 from to footnote reference