Bennett College is a private, four-year, and historically black liberal arts college for women. It was founded in 1873 as a coeducational school for teachers, but in 1926 it became a four-year women's college. The 60-acre campus in Greensboro, North Carolina features the Holgate Library, which contains more than 90,000 monographs, 36,000 ebooks, 2,400 audio-visual items, and 23,000 periodicals. It is also home to the Steele Hall Gallery that exhibits black artists and the Center of Entrepreneurial Studies (CES) to prepare “high-impact young entrepreneurs.”
A great place for young women to learn and advance. A small and personal campus for students. A place I believe will be a great start for my life.
Sherita from Ft. Washington, MD
Bennett College is a very nurturing school with a small community feel touch. The staff are there for you to help you succeed. This school is a very traditional school that prides itself on keeping certain traditions alive.