Morehouse College is the first Historically Black College to produce a Rhodes Scholar.
The school has produced a total of three Rhodes Scholars:
- Nima Warfield, was named in 1994
- Christopher Elders, in 2001
- Oluwabusayo “Topé” Folarin ’04
Morehouse has been home to eight Fulbright Scholars, Damon M. Lombard (1995), John Thomas (2004), Jason T. Garrett (2006), Morgan C. Williams, Jr. (2006), Lasean Brown (2008), Eric R. Baylor (2008), Wendell H. Marsh (2009), and Barry Hallen (2012).
To date, Morehouse has produced 11 Luard Scholars, an honor given to students attending United Negro College Fund institutions by The English-Speaking Union of the United States to fund their junior year of study at a British university. A notable recipient of the Luard Scholarship is our current president, Dr. Robert M. Franklin.
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