Residents have many opportunities to engage with their fellow Morehouse Brothers through events like City Excursions,
Welcome Back BBQ, Brother and Sister Exchange with Spelman College, Residence Hall Meetings, and sponsored Stroll and Stepping Events. Brotherhood programming also serves to educate students about international affairs and These programs and activities are introduced to provide students the opportunity to explore their diverse perspectives and values that contribute to the common good.
In coordination with the Morehouse College Strategic theme the OHRL Programming Model seeks to Foster Learning Everywhere
through events such as the Faculty Roundtable, which is an annual event that provides residents with information and support on best practices for academic success at Morehouse. Residential communities such as iSTEM help students explores topic such as Green Living and Web 2.0 in order to supplement classroom learning. Through these collaborative partnerships and integrated learning models, OHRL continues to strives to foster a seamless learning model.
This day-long program provides students the opportunity to give back through service to Atlanta and the greater
community. In the past, students have participated in neighborhood cleanups, constructing houses with Hands-on-Atlanta and tutoring/mentoring grade-school students in the local community. Through civic initiatives such as the day of service, OHRL furthers its commitment to fostering a community civically engaged (SLI)