Center for Excellence in Education

Support our Future Educators

The mission of the Morehouse College Center for Excellence in Education is to prepare students for a wide range of careers in education or related fields. In keeping with our institutional mandate to prepare students to lead consequential lives, all academic and strategic activities of MCEE and the Education Department are aligned with the Morehouse College standards of excellence that promote agency, leadership, service, integrity, and brotherhood.


It is not uncommon for a student in the United States to matriculate through their entire K12 experience without ever seeing a Black male teacher at the front of their classroom. Currently, less than 2 percent of public-school teachers are Black men. The Morehouse College Center for Excellence in Education (MCEE) was established in 2019 to address that societal problem and help close the representation gap that exists in the nation’s K12 education system. The Center is working to produce a pipeline of exemplary Black male educators who are committed to social justice, equity, and liberation through teaching, learning, and leadership. 

Click here to learn more about The Center for Excellence in Education 

Your investment in the Center for Excellence in Education will help Morehouse fulfill its commitment to developing intellectuals with a worldview who are dedicated to social, economic, and environmental justice and peace on a global stage. The Center needs your support to fund scholarships, travel abroad, faculty recruitment and research, program expansion, and more.


Your gift to the Center for Excellence in Education will also support the $500 million “Making Men of Consequence” Campaign for Morehouse College to expand support for student scholarships, innovative academic programs, athletic programs, faculty research and recruitment, and campus improvements,


For more information on the Campaign for Morehouse, click here.


Invest in the Center for Excellence in Education.


Class Year Leaderboard
Which Morehouse Class will be on top in 2023! #Tuesday4TheHouse competition is on!
What is your class year? (Four digits, e.g. 1991)
Rank Answer Amount
1 1994 $40,360.88
2 1990 $27,200.00
3 1983 $25,930.00
4 1992 $21,610.12
5 1993 $19,620.00
6 1984 $17,071.00
7 1988 $15,353.00
8 2002 $12,285.00
9 1995 $12,124.45
10 1989 $11,931.00
11 1999 $11,505.00
12 1997 $9,330.00
13 1987 $8,800.00
14 1975 $8,485.00
15 1979 $6,875.00
Top Chapter & Affinity Groups
Ranking of chapters and affinity group participation - reach out to your friends to move your group up on the ranking!
Chapter & Affinity Groups
Rank Answer Donors
1 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 143
2 Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 134
3 Atlanta Chapter 101
4 Omega Psi Phi Fraternity 57
5 Washington, D.C. Chapter 51
6 Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 36
7 Chicago Chapter 33
8 Football Team 29
9 Thomas J. Blocker Society 29
10 Glee Club 24
11 Bonner Scholars Program 17
12 Student Government 17
13 Los Angeles Chapter 16
14 Houston Chapter 15
15 House of Funk Marching Band 14
Who supports Morehouse?
We are so grateful to all of our benefactors!
How are you affiliated with Morehouse College?
Rank Answer Amount
1 Alumnus $850,920.73
2 Friend of the College $626,394.67
3 Parent of Former Student $18,374.92
4 Parent of Current Student $16,374.40
5 Faculty/Staff $3,160.00
6 Current Student $2,330.90
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