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Student Life

At Morgan State University, students who live on-campus have a variety of opportunities for personal growth and development.


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Division of Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs at Morgan State University provides learning opportunities and environments that advance the holistic development of all students.

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Residence Life

The Office of Residence Life & Housing (ORLH) at Morgan State University supports and is an integral part of the educational and social development of our students. Additionally, we provide a safe and comfortable living environment that enhances the academic success and achievements of our students.

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Dining Services

Your dining experience is more than great food. It is a community experience centered on culinary expertise, fresh ingredients, healthy options, and a shared sense of environmental and social responsibility.

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Health & Wellness

Health and wellness is an important part of everyday student life here at Morgan. Units that assist us to achieve this missions include the University Health Center and our University Counseling Center.

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Student Life & Development

The Office of Student Life & Development (OSLD) fosters an environment of inclusiveness and consists of many areas to support our students' growth and experience.  Learn more about the Student Government Association, Greek Life, Student Organizations, and our Campus Activites Board.. to name a few.

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Career Services

The mission of the Center for Career Development (CCD), and its staff, is to assist undergraduate and graduate students, as well as degree-holding alumni, in their determination of a major course of study, in the choice of a career direction, and/or pursuit of graduate education.

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Religious Life

The University Memorial Chapel is the center of religious and spiritual life at Morgan State University, dedicated to fulfilling the spiritual, temporal and religious needs of the students, faculty, staff, and administration.

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Arts & Culture

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WEAA 88.9

WEAA 88.9 is the NPR affiliated public radio station of Morgan State University, and a service of the university’s School of Global Journalism and Communication. We serve as a learning lab to educate and prepare our students for careers in journalism and media, while also providing our broader listener community with music and news programming that enlightens and entertains.

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Morgan State Choir

The Morgan State University Choir is one of the nation’s most prestigious university choral ensembles. While classical, Gospel, and contemporary popular music comprise the choir’s repertoire; the choir is noted for its emphasis on preserving the heritage of the spiritual, especially in the historic practices of performance.

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Morgan State Bands

As one of the best and most respected bands in Maryland, we would like to take this opportunity to acquaint you with our organization. The MSU Band program offers five different ensembles: The Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Jazz Ensmble, Bear Pep Band and Jazz Combo.

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University Student Center

The University Student Center offers first-class services with an unwavering commitment to providing students with a memorable and rewarding college experience. Always full of life, the Student Center acts as a point of connection for the Morgan campus community.

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Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center

The Murphy Fine Arts Center is Baltimore's most modern venue replete with contemporary, state-of-the-art facilities for members of the performing and visual arts communities to showcase their talents. MFAC's performance spaces ably accommodate performers and productions who play to 'thousands" at a time-and-to acts who prefer the intimate settings of studio theatre or recital hall venues.

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James E. Lewis Museum of Art

The James E. Lewis Museum of Art (JELMA) is the cultural extension of Morgan State University's Fine Arts academic program. Developed to enhance the scholastic experience of the University's student population and the community's exposure to works of art, JELMA provides opportunities to experience exhibitions, programs and lectures.

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