Monday, March 9, 2009

Morris Brown College In "Crisis Situation"!

Morris Brown College President Stanley Pritchett tells the Atlanta Journal Constitution the the historically black college located in Atlanta is in a "crisis situation." The school recently had one of it's building auctioned off for $900,000, has another bill due on an exorbitant water bill, is $30 million in debt and has less than 200 students on campus. The college, which lost it's accreditation in 2003 is badly in need of a stimulus package. Here's hoping that President Pritchett can keep the struggling college viable, as our black colleges are struggling in these economic times.