ONWARD & UPWARD 2020-2021: Morris College will deliver online instruction for Fall 2020

June 19, 2020

The health and safety of our college family is a top priority as we face the unique set of challenges presented to us by the COVID-19 pandemic. Protecting ourselves and others must be at the forefront of our collective mind at this time.

Information regarding our plans for Fall 2020 is provided on this website. As the situation develops, we will continue to add announcements and details to keep you informed. Please check back regularly for updates as we take steps to move forward. Together, we are #HornetStrong.

UPDATE : JULY 25, 2020

Morris College to Deliver Instruction Online

As a result of data indicating the continuing escalation of the COVID-19 public health pandemic in the United States as well as in the state of South Carolina, Morris College President Dr. Leroy Staggers has announced that academic instruction for the Fall 2020 semester will be conducted entirely on-line. The health and safety of our students, faculty and staff and maintaining the quality of our teaching and learning programs are of utmost importance. In keeping with this decision, all previous plans for housing students in the college’s residence halls as well as conducting on-campus classes and other activities for students during the Fall 2020 semester are hereby cancelled.

Students are advised that they should complete all matters pertaining to academic advising and registration, procedures to qualify for financial aid, along with payment of fees through the Morris College Learning Management System (LMS) and other remote means. In order to assist students with these processes, all administrative offices of the college will be open and staffed Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Contact numbers for major administrative offices at Morris College are as follows:
Office of Enrollment Management and Records (866) 853-1345
Office of Financial Aid (803) 934-3238
Office of Business Affairs (803) 934-3223

Upon becoming officially enrolled, students will receive course information and assignments for their classes from their respective professors as well as engage in other forms of class activity via the LMS and other remote means. Questions or requests for further information on academic matters may be addressed to the Office of Academic Affairs at (803) 934-3213.

In addition, the Office of Student Affairs will serve as a One-Stop-Shop connecting students to on-line services (i.e. technology support, counseling, health services, disability services, emergency funds, and academic coaching). For additional information relative to student support services, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at (803) 934-3217.