Morris is a private, Christian college located in Sumter, South Carolina. As a historically black college, Morris has a strong history of and commitment to the education of black Americans. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 735 undergraduate students. The Morris acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration, Community Health Services and Counseling, and Business. Graduating 22% of students, Morris alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $17,200.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.18 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.17 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.17 responses
Most Popular Majors
Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration21 Graduates
Community Health Services and Counseling18 Graduates
Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies5 Graduates
Religious Education3 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Freshmen Live On-Campus
- of students say that Greek life is average, and no one will treat you differently if you don't join.23 responses
- of students say varsity sports are a big part of campus life.20 responses
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
Employed 2 Years After Graduation
- of students feel confident they will find a job in their field after graduation.13 responses
Morris College Reviews
My HBCU is an amazing 4 year private school. My school offers a great deal of programs to study and major in. We offer a variety of sports from cheerleading, baseball, softball, basketball etc. Our faculty and staff are very helpful and attend to our needs as students. Our campus as a whole is like one big family, if someone has a problem academically or personally we all think of it as our problems and try to come with ways to help and solve it, we help each other with everything. Our homecomings are even more family oriented, every year at homecoming we always have a big bonfire where the alumni come back and share past experiences and have a good time with friends and family. We also have a wide range of organizations and clubs starting from Omega Psi Phi, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sigma Ghama Rho and many clubs to name. When you join a sorority or a fraternity they make you feel like a family.
Upon entering Morris College I thought it would be a great experience. I was sadly mistaken when it came to student life, and the dorm environment. There were so many things that needed to be fixed that went unattended to. After several student complaints and a protest some needs were met. I honestly feel that students are paying for five star quality living, and are receiving two stars. I personally would go back to finish my freshman year then transfer. However, if some much needed changes are made such as: The President, the Dean of Students, and the Dorm Director then I may consider returning all 4 years. When it comes to professors and academics there are no complaints. If you invest in your education as you are supposed to at Morris College, then academic excellence is not very hard to achieve.
Morris College is boring. Young adults are supposed to come to college to find out who they are & express their dreams, there is extracurricular activities that the college provides which leads to everyone staying in their room instead of interacting with other students on campus. Aside of not having Co-Ed dorms, it just leads to sneakiness followed by rebellion.