Morehouse College is a private, 4-year Historically Black College (HBCU) located in Atlanta, GA. The all-male school is a part of the Atlanta University Center which includes Clark Atlanta University, Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse School of Medicine and Spelman College. Founded as Augusta Institute in 1867 to educate African American men in theology and education, the school was first located in Augusta, GA and moved to Atlanta in 1879 where is became known as Atlanta Baptist Seminary. The school was renamed Morehouse College in 1913 in honor of Dr Henry L Morehouse who was corresponding Secretary of the American Baptist Home Mission Society. The compact, 60 acre urban campus features green space at the south end with tree-lined walkways and a park-like atmosphere. Among the notable alumni of Morehouse College are Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., former presidential candidate Herman Cain, actor Samuel L. Jackson and Olympic gold medalist Edwin Moses.