Official source of information on Morris College’s plans for Spring 2021:
Messages from the President:
After much discussion and planning over the past few weeks, it gives me great pleasure to announce that Morris College will welcome students back to campus for the Spring 2021 semester. Residence halls will open for new and continuing students beginning at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, with the clearance of student accounts and the issuing of registration permits to start on this same date. Registration will take place on Thursday, January 21, 2021, with classes to begin on Friday, January 21, 2021.
In making the decision for students to return to campus, the college has been in constant consultation with major public agencies as well as our colleagues in the higher education community for guidance as to the best means to ensure the health and safety of the entire Morris College family. Therefore, procedures are being put into place for administering regular temperature checks and COVID-19 testing, as well as for the enhanced cleaning and sanitizing of facilities. Protective equipment and supplies such as plexiglass, sneeze guards, and hand sanitizer are also being placed in buildings throughout the campus to allow for them to be used safely. Rules and procedures related to social distancing, the wearing of face masks, and the handling of persons who display symptoms of COVID-19 or test positive for the virus will be in place to make our interaction with one another as safe as possible. The health and safety of the college community is a shared responsibility. Therefore, it is absolutely critical to have 100% compliance with these measures so as to avoid the spread of infection and the need to discontinue the on-campus activity.
The administration, faculty, and staff very much look forward to the return of our students. If we all work together in the true Morris spirit, we will emerge from the current pandemic better and stronger.
Onward and Upward With Hornet Pride,
Dr. Leroy Staggers,
|1. Update on Spring 2021 Pre-registration|
|3. Academic Advisors List|
|4. Academic Spring 2021 Course Schedule|
|5. Tuition for Spring 2021 Semester |
Mr. Andrew Little, Interim Director of Enrollment Management and Records
Office: (803) 934-3216 or Toll-Free: (866) 853-1345
Ms. Sandra Gibson, Director of Financial Aid
Office: (803) 934-3238
Mr. Robert Eaves, Director of Business Affairs
Office: (803) 934-3229
Dr. Jacob Butler, Interim Academic Dean
Office: (803) 934-3213
The Office of Student Affairs will also be offering services to include academic coaching, counseling, health services, disability services, emergency funds, and technology support. Please contact Dr. Juana Davis-Freeman, Dean of Student Affairs, at (803) 934-3217 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
New and Transfer Students Instructions
|1. Clearance and Registration|
|2. Orientation Letter|
|3. Orientation Video|
|4. Orientation Survey|
Returning Students Instructions
|1. Clearance |
|How Do I Get Textbooks for MoCo Students|
How Do I Get an LMS or Student Email Account
To access your courses, you must be cleared financially and fully registered. Your LMS username and password is the same one that you used for accessing the Admissions portal. For assistance, please call 803.934.3404. Click Student Email and Office 365 to set up your email account and access the Office 365 tools.
Note: You can check your Admission status, Financial Aid status, and Class Schedule using your Username and Password on the Learning Management System (LMS).
Video: How to use the Learning Management System (LMS) with your username and password.
|4. Frequently Asked Questions |