Welcome to the Morris College Admissions and Records page! This is where your educational journey begins and we are here to assist you in obtaining your goal. Whether you want to earn a degree, learn new job skills, or experience hands-on training, Morris has a wealth of programs from which to choose. We’re glad you’re here! No matter what courses you take, you’ll find the entire Morris College family is here to help you further your educational dreams.
Admissions policies are consistent with the mission of the institution. Admission is open to all persons who show the potential for college-level work, who subscribe to the philosophy and purpose of Morris College, and who meet admissions requirements. Students of all races, creeds and national origins are welcome. New students are admitted in the fall, spring, and summer.
Morris College, a place of opportunities, admits students who have the potential to do college work, reach their potential through individual attention, and become strong leaders through personal advancement. The college application experience demands personal attention and strong relationships with public schools and other college and business officials.
The role of the Office of Admissions and Records is to recruit, admit, and provide services to faculty, staff, and students during and after enrollment. From application to graduation, the Office of Admissions and Records provides assistance for not only the prospective student but the family support system. Freshmen students may gain admission by meeting one of the following criteria:
A review of all Admissions Categories, Requirements and Procedures is available in the current Catalog. Academic records regulations may also be found in the Academic Regulations section of the Catalog.
Selected as a “Most Affordable College”, a strong financial aid program offers support while pursuing the bachelor’s degree at Morris College. A working relationship with all vital offices allows for a smoother transition into the college.
Prospective students and family members may request campus tours, participate in pre-orientation activities and take advantage of workshops and seminars offered at the college by contacting the Office of Admissions and Records at (803) 934-3225 or toll-free (866) 853-1345.