Center for Global Studies
The Center for Global Studies oversees all aspects of international education for the college and is designed to promote a global perspective throughout the college community.
A group from Bennett College which includes 20 students will travel on an all-expenses-paid trip to China to conduct research, become immersed in the culture and... Read More
Bennett College in Greensboro placed No. 15 in College Choice’s ranking of the best historically black colleges and universities of 2016. The ranking... Read More
Many alumnae came together at Bennett College this weekend reminiscing about life at Bennett College, trading stories on the college’s traditions and rekindling bonds formed during their early years in college.
The group also came together to raise funds for the college. More than... Read More
Bennett College made College Choice’s list of the 40 Best Women’s Colleges in the United States on Tuesday. Bennett College was ranked No. 25 on College Choice’s list of the 40 best women’s colleges. Read More
Kadrien Wilson, 2016 graduate of Bennett College, was featured recently in an online blog called Made in Greensboro which highlights — the entrepreneurs, the artists and the community builders in Greensboro. The blog focuses on the next generation of leaders. Made in Greensboro is an initiative of Action Greensboro, a nonprofit that champions projects aimed at enhancing the city’s quality of life, civic engagement, and educational advancement. Click on this link to see the full feature on Kadrien Wilson or click here to view.
This summer, Bennett College offers students who attend the Summer Camp the opportunity to learn about entrepreneurship, science, theatre and much more.
The college is offering five summer programs including... Read More
Watch another great episode of "The Weekly Ring" featuring Bennett College and our host Deidra Burton, journalism major. In this week's episode see highlights of the HBCUgrow LEAD Conference, National Walking Day and the play "Up All Night." This episode also includes an interview with Dr. Valerie A. Johnson, Mott Distinguished Professor of Women's Studies and Director, Africana Women's Studies, about the screening of the movie "No, the Rape Documentary" by Aishah Shahidah Simmons. "The Weekly Ring" is produced by the Bennett College Office of Communications and the Department of Journalism and Media Studies. Submit news and information for the "The Weekly Ring at email@example.com.