Morris Brown College is on par to become the first HBCU to regain its accreditation nearly 20 years after losing it. The Atlanta-based institution announced Wednesday, Nov. 11, that its application with the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) has been approved. The association is due to visit the campus in early 2021 to make a final evaluation, The Atlanta Voice reported.
“This is history in the making,” Morris Brown President Dr. Kevin James said in a statement. “Morris Brown intends to become the first HBCU to earn its accreditation back twenty years after losing it. When Morris Brown achieves candidacy status, hopefully by April 2021, it will give the college all the rights of a fully accredited college, which allows students to receive federal financial Click here to read entire article