The Division of Student Services is the official liaison between the College, the student body and parents/guardians with specific responsibility for all chartered student organizations including, but not limited to, the Student Government Association, International/National Fraternities, the Campus Alliance for Student Activities, and the Residence Hall Association. The vision of the Dean of the College is that all men of Morehouse will be “actively engaged” in their undergraduate experience, taking advantage of the myriad of opportunities available outside of the classroom to gain leadership experience and to enhance one’s total holistic development.
The Division of Student Services houses six (6) Centers for Student Engagement. These centers will be the primary mechanism for the delivery of services offered to the Morehouse student body. The six Centers for Student Engagement are the Kilgore Residential Commons, Kilgore Dean’s Suite, Mays Hall Center for Career and Professional Development, Morehouse ROTC Yellow Ribbon Program Center of Excellence, John Hope Park, and Archer Hall Center for Student Leadership and Fitness.
The Division of Student Services spearheads a series of programs and services to promote outcomes that challenge a student’s development, with a focus on his personal, professional, career, and social growth. The overarching goal of the Division to challenge a Man of Morehouse’s ability to self-actualize as a Man of Agency, Integrity, and Acuity with a deep commitment to brotherhood and a desire to lead a life of consequence.