• Paint the Town Purple

    Bennett College was joined by Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan, comedian/actor Mike Epps and North Carolina A&T State University on Friday for the...

  • Bennett Belles are Voting Belles

    Bennett College has a reputation of being committed to social activism and striving to keep the surrounding communities informed about current political issues. Students at Bennett have a strong voting record where...

  • Faculty Lecture Series

    Nine Bennett College faculty members will deliver lectures throughout the academic year as part of the College’s Provost’s 2014-2015 Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series. This is the inaugural year for the Lecture Series which is free and open to the public. The series is designed to...

Spotlights

Bennett Players Present FALLEN ANGELS

In its first production of the year, the Bennett Players will present FALLEN ANGELS by Eloise Beasley on November 6-9, 2014 in the Little Theatre on the campus of Bennett College. A drama, FALLEN ANGELS, demonstrates the trials, heartbreak and laughter it takes to build and sustain a true friendship. When KC finds herself in a...Read More

Morgan Stanley and Bennett College Present: From Washington Street to Wall Street

Award-winning Carla Harris, Vice Chairman of Global Wealth Management, Managing Director and Senior Client Advisor at Morgan Stanley, recently visited Bennett College to bring the keynote address, “Pearls of Wisdom” to the Morgan Stanley/Bennett College sponsored luncheon. The luncheon was the culminating event for the initiative, “From Washington Street to Wall Street” where Bennett College was introduced to the...Read More

Order your Synthia Saint James "Bennett Belles" print today!

Andrena Coleman, Bennett’s Vice President of Administrative Services, doesn’t think of herself as an artist, yet when she expounds on the subject, discussing the transformation of Wilbur Steele Hall from a dining hall to an art gallery, her reverence and respect for artistic expression is unmistakable. On Thursday evening, September 25th, the inaugural planning committee hosted an...Read More Full Print

Bennett College Hosts Visitors from Moldova

Bennett College recently welcomed a visiting delegation from Moldova who is in the United States from September 26 through October 4, as part of an Open World Program, titled “Blogging for Democracy.” The Moldova group consisted of...Read More

Bennett Professor Recognized for Essence Article

Tamara Jeffries, assistant professor, Journalism and Media Studies, received a shout out on Good Morning America from Robin Roberts regarding the article Ms. Jeffries wrote on Robin and her sister.Read More

International Partnerships Program

Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr. Sara Wrenn has been accepted into the Sixth International Conference on Psychology Education (ICOPE) Networking Program for International Partnerships. The program, originally designed for community college faculty, was expanded to include faculty from small liberal arts colleges. Aligned with the College's goal for global awareness, this...Read More

President's Annual Report

The President's Annual Report chronicles our activities and achievements, campus-wide, through photographs and text to provide a glimpse of who we are and what we do. Read More

News and Events

Oct 30

ACES: Women's Health

Oct 30

Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series with Dr. Valerie Ann Johnson

flyer release

Nov 6

Bennett College Night at Texas Roadhouse Restaurant

2414 Battleground Avenue, Greensboro
4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
10% of your order will be donated to the UNCF Scholarship Fund.
For more information, call 517-1592

Nov 6-9

Bennett Players Present Fallen Angels

photo release

Nov 6

ACES: Superior Court Judge Patrice Hinnant

Nov 11

ACES: Business and Social Etiquette

Nov 13

Graduate and Professional Schools Information Day Fair

Nov 15

Fall Festival Open House

flyer RSVP

Dec 7

Christmas Candlelight Concert

7:00pm - Annie Merner Pfeiffer Chapel

Dec 12

Party with a Purpose: UNCF White Party

Proceeds to benefit scholarships
7:00pm - For more information, call 336-517-1592