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Morgan State University

United States
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About Morgan State University

The University has a comprehensive undergraduate curriculum with more specialized offerings at the master's and doctoral levels. Morgan traditionally has placed strong emphasis on the arts and sciences at the undergraduate level and on the preparation of students for advanced study. In addition, it offers a variety of programs in professional fields, including engineering, business, teacher education, architecture, hospitality management and social work.

Campus information

Morgan State University, a coeducational institution, is located in a residential section of Baltimore, Maryland..The campus covers an area of more than 143 acres.

Morgan's campus in northeast Baltimore provides easy access to all the good things the city has to offer: world class museums, the Baltimore Symphony, great jazz clubs, ethnic festivals, fabulous restaurants, major league sports, shopping and sightseeing at the Inner Harbor.

You'll also find great opportunities for internships, community projects, and other off-campus experiences in the city that Chase Econometrics hail as one of the top ten future employment markets in America.


Students must first apply and be admitted to the University. Students interested in living on campus should complete an online application for Housing and Food Contract inclusive of a non-refundable application fee of $200. The application fee is a processing fee that a small portion of which is applied to the support services and resources offered to students who choose to live on campus. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Because space is limited, the recommended date for submitting a housing application is July 1. Applications will likely be accepted after July 1, but space may be extremely limited by then.

Residence Halls

  • Baldwin Hall
  • Blount Towers
  • Cummings House
  • Harper-Tubman
  • Marble Hall Gardens
  • O'Connell Hall
  • Rawlings Hall
  • Thurgood Marshall


Courses available 10

Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Architecture, Building 2 Creative Arts & Design 1 Engineering 1 English Language 1 Health and Medicine 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Mass Communication & Media 1


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