Dear Morris College Hornets,
It is an honor and privilege to welcome you, especially the new incoming freshman class, to our beloved Hornet Nation! I cannot express how pleased I am that you have selected Morris College as your foundation for higher learning. Since its establishment, Morris College has produced many leaders, innovators, and groundbreaking legends. This HBCU will provide you the chance to interface with other accomplished, determined, and well-rounded leaders in our communities, state, and nation. We look forward to you continuing the tradition of excellence at our prestigious institution.
To our returning Hornets, if you were brave enough to start this Hornet journey, you are strong enough to finish. I would like to again thank you for electing me as your 2019-2020 Student Government Association President and making my dream a reality. I’m elated to know that my fellow peers believe in my ability to bring fresh and new ideas to our beloved HBCU. I am very grateful for this opportunity, and my highest priority will be to encourage the student body to stay focused on academic achievement and personal and professional development. To this end, we must take advantage of the numerous resources that the College offers to help mold us into better students and future leaders. We must also take time to visit and chat with our faculty, staff, and administrators to gain insight about life skills and career-readiness skills that will prepare us for success in a global world. Remember, we are the future of the world and we must be prepared to meet the demands and challenges of the 21st-century workforce.
Morris College Hornets! The time has come and I can ensure you that the 2019-2020 academic year will be one to remember for many years to come. I am here for you and to be a voice for the entire student body. We are a family and together we can make this a successful year in our academic, social, and spiritual lives. I, along with the entire SGA cabinet, ask for your support with any questions, ideas, comments, and/or concerns that you may have. If the SGA can assist you in any way possible please let us know. As you have taken that greater step of "Entering to Learn, and Departing to Serve, remember that the only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.
Dinasia C. Nathan