The following are key administrative offices and services available to the Morehouse College community.
Office of the President
John Silvanus Wilson, Jr., President
Office of Academic Affairs
Garikai Campbell, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Michael Fleming, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs
Phyllis M. Bentley, Director, Academic Operations
Alvin Darden, Dean, Freshman Class/Director of PSP Program
Kenyatta Stubbs, Director of Title III Programs
Office of Business and Finance
Dr. Alan D. Robertson Sr., Vice President for Business and Finance/CFO
Stanley Williams, Interim Associate Vice President/Controller
Ralph Johnson, Associate VP Procurement & Contracts / Chief Procurement Officer
Sheryl Spivey, Interim Director of Financial Aid
Office of Campus Operations
André Bertrand, Vice President for Campus Operations
Eric D. Richards, Associate Vice President, for Campus Operations, Telecom/Multimedia Services
Curtis Johnson, Chief of Police
Gwen Cain, Morehouse College Community Revitalization Initiative Program Director
James Smartt, Director of Support Services/Special Event Coordinator
Sandra VanTravis, Environment Health & Safety Officer
Office of Communications
Toni O’Neal Mosley, Director of Public Relations
Elise Durham, Media Relations Manager
Vickie Hampton, Publications Manager
Kara Walker, Web Manager
Office of Ethics and Compliance
Doris Coleman, Director
Office of Information Technology
Clifford Russell, Chief Information Officer
Office of General Counsel
Stacey Y. Woods, Senior Paralegal
Office of Institutional Advancement
Phillip Howard, Vice President, Office of Institutional Advancement
Kathleen Johnson, Associate Vice President of Leadership Giving/Special Assistant to the President
Henry Goodgame, Director, Alumni Relations, Special Events and Annual Giving
Toni O’Neal Mosley, Director of Public Relations
Division of Humanities and Social Science
Clarissa Myrick-Harris, Margaret Mitchell Marsh Dean of the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences
Division of Science and Mathematics
John K. Haynes, Dean, Division of Science and Mathematics
Division of Business and Economics
Accounts Payable: This office processes all authorized payments to Morehouse's employees, students and vendors.
Accounts Receivable: This office oversees all billing and collection activities associated with students and external customers.
Admissions: Learn about admissions requirements, financial aid, tuition and fees, and the application process.
Bookstore: Books, computer products, and apparel like T-shirts, sweatshirts and shorts: You'll find it all at our online bookstore.
Campus Post Office: Get information on post office hours of operation, postal regulations and more.
Campus Safety: This department works to promote a safe environment on campus and throughout the Atlanta University Center area.
Computing Services: Have a question about software, viruses, technical assistance or anything else related to your computer? This is where you start.
Dining Services: Learn about dining options at Morehouse, including student meal plans and catering services.
Facilities Use: The Office of Support Services handles all reservations for space use on campus for students, faculty and staff and external groups.
Financial Aid: Our Student Financial Aid Program serves students who need assistance in meeting the basic cost of their education.
Health & Wellness: Student Health Services provides comprehensive, carefully monitored medical care for students registered for four or more credit hours.
Human Resources: Review and apply for employment opportunities with Morehouse.
Information Technology:The IT Department provides computer-related technical support for the faculty and staff of Morehouse College.
Internal Auditing: Internal Auditing is an independent, objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organization's operations.
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs: This office administers awards for sponsored research, programs and projects.
Printing Services: Open to students, faculty and staff, Morehouse's full-service print shop can accommodate most printing and copying needs.
Purchasing: Procures goods and services for the college community at pricing and quality levels that maximize the institution’s financial resources.
Recycling Program: Drop off your used inkjet and laser toner cartridges at the Purchasing Department located behind Sale Hall.
Registrar's Office: This office handles collection and processing of student grades, clearance of students for graduation, and many other important functions.
Student Financial Services
Deborah Ryan, Student Financial Services
TigerNet: Access webmail, online course materials, dining hall menus, job postings and more at TigerNet, a community for Morehouse students, faculty and staff.
Title III: Authorized by the Higher Education Act of 1965, the Title III Part B, "Strengthening Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Program" was created to provide financial assistance to establish or strengthen the physical plants, financial management, academic resources, and endowments of the historically Black colleges and universities.