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Special Events

Homecoming
Homecoming takes place in October, and is collaboratively planned with departments from the Division of Student Services and the Office of Alumni Relations from both Morehouse and Spelman College. Homecoming is a festive week of events shared with students, staff, alumni and the West End community. Student leaders from the CampusAlliance of Student Activities (C.A.S.A.) - Morehouse College and Planning Unique Activities for a Lively Spelman Experience (P.U.L.S.E.) - Spelman College organize the theme and the following events for the week:

  • Fashion Show - Morehouse
  • Neo Soul Concert - Spelman
  • Hump Wednesday - Morehouse
  • Hip Hop Concert - Morehouse
  • Market Friday - Spelman
  • Coronation - Morehouse
  • Coronation Ball - Morehouse
  • Homecoming Parade - Morehouse
  • Homecoming Game - Morehouse
  • Tail Gating - Morehouse
  • Pan Helenic Greek Step Show - Morehouse


Spring Fest

Spring Fest takes plase in April, and is planned by the Office of Student Life and the Campus Alliance for Student Activities (C.A.S.A.) . The week of events close out the semester with fun and excitement. The events include:

  • Drive In Movie
  • Division of Student Services Awards Banquet
  • Morehouse College Live Awards Show
  • Hump Wednesday Yard Show
  • Earth Day Campus Activities
  • The Miss Maroon & White Pageant
  • AUC Student Neo-Soul Concert

Going to See the King
Going To See The King is a student produced and directed theatrical tribute to one of Morehouse College's most recognized alumni, The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Through a showcase of student talent, this dramatization describes the journey of the Men of Morehouse as they draw a correlation between the teachings of Dr. King and the mission of Morehouse College. Using performing arts the production aims to inform and inspire the audience.

Alcohol, Drug and Risky Behavior Awareness Week - Fall Semester
Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational events, designed by the Office of Student Life, Counseling & Resource Center, Student Health Services, Campus Alliance for Student Activities, Student Government Association and other student organizations to reinforce personal responsibility and respect for current state laws and College policies when it comes to the consumption of alcohol beverages, use of narcotics and participation in other forms of risky behavior.

Disability Awareness Week – Fall Semester
Students have the opportunity to participate in educational events, designed by the Office of Student Life, Counseling & Resource Center, Campus Alliance for Student Activities, Student Government Association and other student organizations in an effort to value individuals, recognize challenges, teach and promote inclusive behavior, and celebrate life.

Depression Awareness Week  - Spring Semester
Students have the opportunity to participate in educational events, designed by the Office of Student Life, Counseling & Resource Center, Student Health Services, Campus Alliance for Student Activities, Student Government Association and other student organizations to provide information, strategies and support for handling depression and identifying students who may suffer from depression.

Diversity Awareness Week – Spring Semester
Students have the opportunity to participate in educational events, designed by the Office of Student Life, Counseling & Resource Center, Student Health Services, Campus Alliance for Student Activities, Student Government Association and other student organizations to further develop awareness and respect for cultural differences, gender identity, sexual preference and religious diversity both on the College campus and in the world around them.

Hump Wednesdays
Here at Morehouse College our students work hard inside of the classroom and outside of the classroom participating in co-curricular activities. Humps Wednesday is weekly opportunity for students to take a few moments to relax, relate, and celebrate.