(05-15-2017 08:44 PM)_C2_ Wrote: This isn't an argument over neighborhoods but has everything to do with the type of students HBCU's attract.
And turn off your racism radar if it's on, I'm a black guy that spent 4 years at an HBCU.
Not all HBCUs are created equal. And yes Morehouse attracts a certain type of student.
As of 2016, Morehouse is the No. 1 men's college for producing Rhodes Scholars.
Morehouse ties with Howard for producing the most Rhodes Scholars from a HBCU and ties with Harvard for producing the most black male Rhodes Scholars.As of 2016,
Morehouse is the #1 baccalaureate-origin institution of black male doctorate recipients.
In 2016, TrendTopper MediaBuzz College Guide ranked Morehouse as the No. 1 HBCU with the best brand.
In 2016, The Alumni Factor ranked Morehouse among the best 50 colleges in the nation. Morehouse was the only Georgia institution to make their top 50 list.
Morehouse is consistently recognized as a Tier 1 national liberal arts college by U.S. News & World Report.
Forbes magazine annually places Morehouse on its "America's Top Colleges" list.
In 2015, Forbes ranked Morehouse No. 5 for "Most Entrepreneurial College"
Morehouse was ranked #4 among the nation's Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the U.S. News & World Report 2017 rankings.[31
]Morehouse is also one of only four historically black colleges ranked in the top tier among the nation's Best Liberal Arts Colleges according to the U.S. News and World Reports 2011 rankings.
In 2011, Morehouse received a rarely awarded grade of "A" for its overall core curriculum and was counted among the "hidden gems" in the What Will They Learn?
project conducted by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni.
In 2010, according to the Huffington Post, Morehouse ranks among America's Most Grueling Colleges due to the college's rigorous pre-medical curriculum and overall standard for excellence.
Morehouse is among the top producers of Fulbright Scholars in Georgia.
According to a 2007 joint publication by Newsweek and Kaplan, Inc., Morehouse College was one of the "25 Hottest Schools in America" and the "Hottest Men's College".
Newsweek ranks Morehouse among the nation's Best Colleges for the Service Minded.
In addition to the above rankings, in 2009 and 2010, the U.S. News reported that America's high school College Counselors ranked Morehouse College # 68 among the Best Liberal Arts Colleges in the Nation for their students.
In 2008, Morehouse College was listed among 10 Great Schools for Networking by Forbes.
A 2008 National Science Foundation study found that of over 3,000 colleges and universities in the U.S., Morehouse College was the fifth biggest producer of African Americans who eventually earned PhDs in the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).
In a 2003 study, Morehouse was ranked No. 29 by The Wall Street Journal as being one of the "Top 50 Feeder Schools" for elite graduate and professional schools .
Morehouse was ranked No. 1 three times in a row (2002–2004) as the best school for African Americans for undergraduate study by Black Enterprise magazine.
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