PREVIOUS WEBINARS

Supporting Your Student's Academic Success
Tuesday, October 3rd  7pm  EST (1 hour)

College is a time for personal discovery, as well as a stepping stone for a successful future. Finding academic success can be hard for some, but there are several things that you can do to ensure that you thrive in the classroom throughout your tenure in higher education. This webinar will cover what it means to earn a liberal arts degree from Morehouse College and the many services available to support students in their pursuit of an undergraduate degree. The SVP of Student Development will also discuss Morehouse’s academic expectations and best practices for supporting students in their college experience.

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Campus Safety & Security Awareness
Tuesday, October 24th  7pm  EST (1 hour)

In this webinar we will discuss resources and tips that advise students on how to live well and be safe at Morehouse College - simple steps everyone can take. We will open up the dialogue and make parents aware of the many ways we, along with their sons, can assist in making our campus a safer and more nurturing environment — for everyone.

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Campus Police Safety Presentation

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Financial Aid - FAFSA
Tuesday, November 14, 2017  7pm  EST (1 hour)

Currently, 90% of our students finance their education through a combination of scholarships, grants, work-study, and loans. In this webinar, you’ll learn more about the comprehensive list of financial aid options available to you and your student, as well as important upcoming deadlines to be aware of. The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is required to access all need-based aid (institutional, federal, state), including access to federal loans. This webinar will help parents and students successfully complete the FAFSA, address both first-time FAFSA filers and returning filers (FAFSA renewal) for the new academic year, and provide information and tips to help you avoid unnecessary errors and processing delays.