In its commitment to meeting the needs of a diverse student population, the Center for Academic Success and Achievement (CASA) exists primarily to promote and to enhance the academic and personal development of all Morgan State University students through professional academic advisement, peer tutoring, and supplemental instruction programs.
The Robert M. Bell Center for Civil Rights in Education, established at Morgan State University, unites research, teaching, training and advocacy on integral civil rights issues in education at the pre-kindergarten, elementary, secondary and postsecondary levels.
The Center coordinates a broad variety of educational activities and community services for learners from the culturally diverse population of Baltimore City, the State of Maryland, nationally and internationally.
The Center for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Education (CEMSE) in the School of Education and Urban Studies (SEUS) focuses on the teaching and learning of mathematics and science at all levels of the educational pipeline.
The Center for Health Disparities Solutions is dedicated to the elimination of disparities in health and health care among racial and ethnic populations, socioeconomic groups, and geopolitical categories such as urban, rural, and suburban populations.
The purpose of this program is to introduce minority undergraduate students to state-of-the art hardware and software in high performance computing. The objective is to provide for minority participation in high performance computing and its associated technologies.
The Student Enrichment Program in the College of Liberal Arts at Morgan State University works with at-risk students in the freshman and sophomore years to help ensure their persistence in college, maximize their chances for success at Morgan and encourage and facilitate their performance at the highest level.