Welcome to the Frederick Douglass Learning Resource Center
The Frederick Douglass Learning Resource Center (Douglass Hall) is the pulse of student academic activity at Morehouse College. The Center is located in the heart of Freshman Housing offering students a quiet space on campus to study. A panoramic view of Morehouse history surrounds students as they study in the facility. Commuter students, study groups and student organizations use the Center as its base to study, to connect, to work on group projects, and to engage the Morehouse Community. The Academic Success and Retention Center is located in Douglass Hall and is committed to providing quality academic advising to empower students to achieve their goals. We have confidence that completing a Morehouse degree within four years is a realistic goal that our students can achieve and that Douglass Hall plays an important role in the mission of Morehouse College.
The Douglass Learning Resource Center serves Morehouse College by:
- providing a caring and concerned, professional, centralized, and efficient environment where faculty, staff, and students can facilitate and enhance learning
- collaborating with Department Chairs, faculty and student development professionals to meet the College’s academic success, retention, and graduation goals and objectives
- delivering individual and small group assistance for academic disciplines and courses
- offering individual consultations to assess strengths and limitations and develop personalized action plans and goals.
The Douglass Learning Resource Center is open 24 hours Monday-Thursday, Friday until 6pm, Saturday-12pm-5pm and Sunday-3pm-12am unless otherwise posted at the Center. Only persons with a current Atlanta University Center identification card will be admitted. Soon, those requesting use of the facility will be able to schedule services, make appointments, and reserve space online.
- Reserve space at least one week in advance. The Center staff reserves the right to cancel reservations with notice to accommodate the needs of the College.
- Students must check with the Information Service Desk to determine if an empty space has been reserved prior to occupying space.
- Students must show AUC identification card upon request.
- Students must sign up at the Information Service Desk for access to the Computer Lab.
- Students who require study hall monitoring are responsible for ensuring they have been scanned in and out or use the sign in and out form at the Information Service desk when the scanning device is not available.
- No food or drink allowed.
- No boisterous conduct which may impede the learning process.
Any policy exceptions, in the case of special events and other extraordinary circumstances, must be approved by a member of the Center Staff below:
Director of Douglass Resource Learning Center, Anita Whatley
Academic Skills Enhancement Specialist, Kevin D. Chapman, Jr.
Academic Success and Retention Center Administrative Assistant, Maisha Gunter