Holmes Hall at Morgan State University, Baltimore City, MD. Photo by Blackpast, 2017.

Morgan State University Recieves National Grant for a Cultural Heritage Stewardship Plan

02/18/2021
By Preservation Maryland

The National Trust for Historic Preservation, through its HBCU Cultural Heritage Stewardship Initiative, awarded more than $650,000 in grants to eight Historically Black Colleges and Universities to fund Cultural Heritage Stewardship Plans.

Morgan State University
Baltimore, Maryland

Morgan State University, founded in 1867, will develop a campus-wide plan to support and coordinate ongoing preservation of its 150 acres campus. The campus-wide plan will serve to inform future development and investment at Morgan State while improving capacity to steward its historic assets.

The other HBCU’s receiving funding this round include:

Benedict College
Columbia, South Carolina

Jackson State University
Jackson, Mississippi

Lane College
Jackson, Tennessee

Philander Smith College
Little Rock, Arkansas

Spelman College
Atlanta, Georgia

Stillman College
Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Tuskegee University
Tuskegee, Alabama

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