The college provides a foundation for all student learning at the University by assisting in the development of students' critical and analytical skills, foundational oral and written skills in both English and other world languages, and awareness of the global forces that have shaped, and continue to shape, the modern world. With the four major programs offered, the College of Liberal Arts aspires to provide high-quality, student-focused teaching and research opportunities in communication and media studies, the humanities, the fine and performing arts and the social sciences.
Applied Liberal Studies
Students will receive education with exposure to different ways of thinking, different topics, and novel ideas. The student has the freedom to create their own plan of study that brings together multiple ideas and disciplines.
With a broad network of courses, tests and extra-curricular experiences, this program is aimed at ensuring a common core of liberal arts knowledge, skills and collegiate experiences for all Morgan students.
Screenwriting & Animation
This cinematic arts and sciences major is the most technology immersive program in the College of Liberal Arts. SWAN lays the groundwork for evolving artists, filmmakers, and content producers to forge career paths in entertainment, education, science, and business at a time when visual storytelling is the dominant narrative form of the 21st Century.
Women's and Gender Studies
Through exploring living conditions of women in the United States and worldwide, this program conducts research and produces significant arguments that alleviates oppression and facilitates intercultural and cross-cultural communication about gender and sexuality.
Yes. If your financial circumstances changes, you may receive more or less
aid. For example, your eligibility for financial aid could change significantly,
especially if you have a different number of family members in college.
Renewal of your financial aid package also depends on your satisfactory
academic progress (SAP) towards a degree.
I probably don’t qualify for aid. Should I apply for aid anyway?
Yes. Many families mistakenly think they don’t qualify for aid and prevent
themselves from receiving financial aid by failing to apply for it. There are a
few sources of aid such as unsubsidized Stafford and PLUS loans that are
available regardless of need, but you have to fill out a FAFSA to qualify. The
FAFSA application is free, we recommend that everyone fill it out
Will financial aid cover all of my costs?
Maybe. In some circumstances, financial aid will cover the student’s full
tuition and fees for the school year. However, it could only cover a portion.
Once your FAFSA is processed and your award has been packaged, you will
receive a letter outlining your full award.