Enrollment Management Services assists with creating the social, cultural, and academic environment at Morgan State University. We recruit students with different nationalities, various interests, and numerous personal and professional experiences. The diversity that is evident in our students is a reflection of the collaboration between the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment, the Office of Financial Aid, and the Office of Residence Life. All three of these offices are united together under Enrollment Management Services.
Joseph C. Bozeman, Jr.
Executive Director for Enrollment Management Services
Executive Coordinator for Enrollment Services
Edwin T. Johnson
Director for the Office of
Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment
Director for the Office of
Director for the Office of
Philosophy, Principles and Values
We believe our students are important, and we demonstrate this belief in our actions. Morgan State University takes a personal and academic interest in students. Our direct involvement with our students contributes to their present and future achievements. In addition, our scholarly reputation and the professional success of our graduates are only two of the many reasons that our students choose to attend the University. Since our students selected our University, we are committed to serving them.
Besides admitting students into the school, and providing housing and financial aid, we give our students a large amount of encouragement and support, which assist them with achieving their short and long term goals. We pride ourselves in being directly involved with our students and alumni. Because of our interaction with them, we are able to influence their growth and celebrate their accomplishments.
Enrollment Management Advisory Committee
The committee implements this vision by providing counsel and assistance in the strategic planning and assessment of our institutional processes for student recruitment, enrollment, retention, and matriculation. In addition, the committee examines all aspects of the student experience at Morgan and makes recommendations to enhance student life.
Enrollment Management Advisory Committee Members
Joseph C. Bozeman, Jr., Executive Director of Enrollment Management Services, Chairman
Marvin P. Adams, Transfer Coordinator for the School of Business and Management
Dr. Willie A. Bragg, Director of Continuing Studies
Joyce Brown, Director of Alumni Affairs
Dr. Don Brunson, Director of Honors Program
Derrick Dixon, Office of Information Services
Nigel Edwards, Director of Financial Aid
Dr. Anthony Fitchue, Assistant Dean for the School of Education and Urban Studies
Shonda Gray, Director of Transfer Center
Douglas Gwynn, Director of Residence Life
Gilbert Haynes, Special Assistant for the School of Engineering
Nina Hopkins, Director of Counseling Center
Dr. Brenda James, Director of Academic Development
Michael James, Retention Coordinator for Education and Urban Studies
Edwin T. Johnson, Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment
Floyd Kerr, Director of Athletic Department
Marsha Logan, Admin Specialist, Continuing Studies
Phyllis McCutcheon, Coordinator for Enrollment Management Services, Recorder
Dr. Tiffany McMillan, Director of Student Retention
Officer Frank Phillip, Campus Police Department
Evan Richardson, Retention Coordinator for the Architecture and Planning
Roosevelt Shaw, Retention Coordinator School Computer, Mathematical and Sciences
Dr. Dorothy Talbert – Hersi, Assistant Dean, College Liberal Arts
Moni Tenabe, Bursar
Paul Thompson, Registrar
Adele Terrell, Director of Advance Services and Research
The Enrollment Management Advisory Committee Goals
- To design more attractive options for prospective students with diverse
academic preparedness, demographic characteristics and socio-economic
- To establish easy navigation of the admission, financial aid and registration
- To provide a pleasant, supportive living and learning environment
where students, faculty and staff enjoy mutual respect.
- To create an excellent study environment for students; every facet
of which is designed to support student success.
- To provide graduates who are highly qualified for advanced study and/or
professional endeavors the opportunities to achieve.
Purpose of Enrollment Services
Enrollment Management Paradigm
Enrollment management is a systematic, holistic, and integrated approach
to achieving enrollment goals by exerting more control over those institutional
factors that shape the size and characteristic of the student body. It
includes activities associated with attracting and retaining students
including marketing, recruitment, financial aid, orientation, advising
and instruction. It also involves examining institution mission, program
and service offerings, organizational structure, and resource allocation.
The process relies heavily on the use of pertinent data and information
for informed decision making.
University Mission Statement
Morgan State University is, by legislative stature, Maryland's public
urban university. As such, it gives priority to addressing the needs of
Maryland's urban population through academics, research and service programs.
The University offers a comprehensive range of academic programs, awarding
degrees from the baccalaureate to the doctorate. In the School of Business,
Computer and Natural Sciences, Education and Urban Studies, Engineering
and Liberal Arts much of the focus of varied research and public service
programs that address issues, problems and opportunities surrounding on
urban life and phenomena.
The campus serves an educationally, demographically and socio-economically
diverse student body. It is committed to educating a culturally diverse
population with a particular obligation to increasing the education of
the African-Americans in underrepresented fields and at degree levels.
It promotes economic development by meeting critical workforce needs and
collaborating with business and industry. Morgan aspires to be a premier
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment
D -109, Montebello Complex, 443.885.3000
The Office of Admissions recruits students who demonstrate an ability to excel in areas such as knowledge, research, service, arts, and sports. We help these students recognize the importance of being equipped with an education from Morgan State University. Furthermore, our admission counselors assist our prospective students with visualizing their success in various academic programs. Therefore, our students become graduates who have a clear understanding of how they will serve the world through their intellect and skill.
The Office of Financial Aid
A – 226, Montebello Complex, 443.885.3170
The Office of Financial Aid ensures that our students are knowledgeable about how to finance their education. Financial Aid counselors create workshops that inform students about educational loans and grants. In addition, the office contains literature on local and national scholarships that will assist students with their independent search for school funding. We also assist parents and students with understanding how to obtain loans, create budgets for school, and manage personal monetary resources.
The Office of Residence Life
114 Tubman Hall, 443.885.3217
The Office of Residence Life at Morgan State University is responsible for creating a living environment that contributes to the students’ personal, social, and academic development. As a result, we shape our eight residence halls and our off campus apartment complexes into communities that meet the needs of our diverse population. We provide housing exclusively for freshmen, athletes, honor students, and upperclassmen. In addition, students are able to attend workshops that will assist them with achieving success inside and outside the classroom.