Bennett College for Women in Greensboro, North Carolina, is a private, historically Black liberal arts college for women. Founded in 1873, initially as a coeducational institution before transitioning to a women's college in 1926, Bennett boasts a suburban campus rich with both contemporary and historical architecture, offering a supportive environment for its all-female student body. With a commitment to academic excellence, the college maintains a range of popular undergraduate programs, with particular emphasis on areas including Social Work, Business Administration, and Journalism and Media Studies. Noted for its moderate selectivity, Bennett College provides residential facilities that foster an intimate learning experience, with the majority of students living on campus. Situated in the heart of North Carolina, the campus is a short distance from the thriving city of Greensboro, allowing students convenient access to urban amenities and opportunities. Bennett College does not have a notable emphasis on intercollegiate athletics.
In the most recent statistical year 1,218 prospective students applied, and 965 were granted admission. Of those admitted 27 enrolled in the school. 181 students are enrolled on a full time basis, and 26 attend part time. In-state tuition for 2021/2022, excluding room and board, is $16,000 plus fees of $2,550.
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