Harriet A. Woolford Health Center
The Harriet A. Woolford Health Center is a primary care facility where Morgan State University students can be evaluated and treated for acute and chronic medical conditions as well as guidance on practices that promote good health and disease prevention. These high quality and accessible health services are fully covered under the University's Student Health Insurance Plan. Our staff is dedicated to providing efficient, quality care in a compassionate and understanding manner. Our mission is to ..."provide health care, health education, and to promote health and well-being..." for the student population of Morgan State University. Our services are designed to improve the well-being and productivity of our students.
The Harriet A. Woolford Health Center is named in honor of a 1913 Morgan College graduate. Shortly after graduation, Ms. Woolford was employed as a teacher and dormitory matron at the Branch Preparatory School in Lynchburg, Virginia. In December 1917, a fire destroyed the school, but not before she managed to save all of the students housed in the dormitory. Tragically, Ms. Woolford died after the fire. Morgan College recognized her heroism by naming its college infirmary in her honor.