Morehouse College

About the program

The My Brother’s Keeper program at Morehouse is a food security program open to all students without an active meal plan, not receiving a refund, and are Pell eligible. This program starts on the first business day following the end of the add/drop period for the academic semester. Each student who qualifies for the program will be able to receive a maximum of 30 meals per semester and students living in the Otis Moss, Jr. Suites will be able to receive a maximum of 15 meals per semester.

Are you experiencing food insecurity on campus? Students in need of a meal can fill out this form. All information will be kept completely confidential, and a representative from the Office of the Dean of the College will be in touch with you with 24 – 72 hours via email about your eligibility to receive a meal voucher. Check out our Campus Resources section for more information on the Division Of Student Services.

Founders

  • Morehouse and Spelman student leaders of National Action Network

Year Founded

2017

Program Roots

The Office of the Dean of the College and Department of Auxillary Services, in partnership with the Morehouse Dining Services, implemented the My Brother's Keeper Student Food Security program in support of Morehouse students.

Get involved

Reach out to Anfernee Morgan, Student Leader of National Action Network at anfernee.morgan@morehouse.edu.

CAMPUS RESOURCES

  • Dean Washington’s office is located in the Kilgore Dean’s Suite, Kilgore Campus Center Suite 200.

  • By appointment or during office hours (Mondays: 5pm - 6:30pm; Tuesday: 5pm - 6:30pm).