Morris Brown College is partnering with the “King of the South” Clifford ‘T.I.’ Harris and Moolah Wireless to provide more than 200 free tablets with 12 months of data service to Morris Brown students to celebrate the restoration of the school.
In April, Morris Brown announced that after 20 years the school finally received its full accreditation from the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS). A major comeback that’s worth a major celebration. That’s where T.I and Moolah comes in.
“I’m excited to partner with Moolah Wireless to be able to provide the students at Morris Brown College free tablets to support their educational endeavors,” Harris said. “This is the first of many schools whose students will receive Moolah tablets.”
According to CBS 46 News, officials say in addition to offering the tablets to Morris Brown College students, Moolah Wireless also offers free tablets to anyone eligible for the program which includes veterans, senior citizens, Section 8 residents and others.
University officials said that this was nearly 20 years in the making for the historic college.
Students can expect their new tablets to be provided on Aug. 15.