African-American Studies Program

Special Programs 

The William Tucker Society:
The African-American Studies Majors and Minors Club is the student organization of the African-American Studies Program.

Ankh Maat Wedjau
This is the honor society for theNational Council of Black Studies, of which Morehouse College is a member.

The John Henrik Clarke Honor Society:
The African-American Studies Program is open to all students and faculty at Morehouse College who meet the qualifications.  Th society is approved by the National Council of Black Studies.


  1. Must have successfully completed twelve hours of course work in the African, African-American or Diasporan experiences with no grade below "B."
  2. Must have an overall grade-point-average (GPA) of 3.0 or better, and a GPA of 3.0 or better in the courses on the black experience.
  3. Must submit an application to the Director of African-American Studies Program.
  4. Must indicate a willingness to continue to study, promote and disseminate knowledge about the black experience, while at Morehouse and after graduation.
  5. Must be willing to abide by the Constitution and by-laws of the honor society.

The program is an institutional member of the National Council of Black Studies; the Southern Conference on African-American Studies, Inc.; the Association for the Study of African-American Life and History; the Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists; and the State Committee on the Life and History of Black Georgians.