The Benne� Herstory
Campus Life Campus life provides each student with important opportuni�es for learning and prac�cing the posi�ve values of communal living. The College’s approach to residen�al living is to s�mulate independence, cri�cal thinking skills, and maturity as the student is learning to evolve individually yet collec�vely in a group environment. The Resident Housing consists of Barge Hall, Cone Hall, Honors Hall, Jones Hall, Pfeiﬀer Hall, Player Hall, and Reynolds Hall.
Wellness Ida Goode Gymnasium -Basketball Court -Locker Rooms -Fitness & Weight Room -Mul�purpose Field -Indoor Swimming Pool Outdoor Wellness -Quarter mile walking track -3 outdoor tennis courts -1 outdoor basketball court Basketball - USCAA Head Coach John Williams 336-517-2254 coachwilliams@benne�.edu
Our history began in 1873 and our “herstory” emerges in 1926 as the college reorganized to exclusively educate women. As a historically black, student centered, accredited, private four-year liberal arts college for women, we stand tall and strong on the tradi�ons of sisterhood. This founda�on of tradi�ons nurtures and supports Benne� Belles as they pursue their higher educa�on ambi�ons. The College oﬀers women an educa�on conducive to excellence in scholarly pursuits; prepara�on for leadership roles in the workplace, society, and the world; and life-long learning in a technologically advanced, complex global society. As a United Methodist Churchrelated ins�tu�on, Benne� College promotes morally grounded matura�on, intellectual honesty, purposeful public service, and responsible civic ac�on.
Admission Requirements New ﬁrst year applicants: -Completed applica�on -Oﬃcial high school transcripts -Oﬃcial SAT/ACT Scores (required for scholarship considera�on) -Essay -Two (2) le�ers of recommenda�on Transfer applicants: -Completed applica�on -Oﬃcial transcript(s) from each college/university previously a�ended (If less than twenty-four (24) college credits have been earned.) -Essay -Two (2) le�ers of recommenda�on (one academic) -Transfer Clearance Form (to be completed by each college/university a�ended)
Cost of A�endance Tui�on: $14,615 - Comprehensive Fee : $2,179 - Room-Double Occupancy: $2,179 - Board/Meal Plan: $3,729 - Room Breakage Fee: $100 - Orienta�on Fee: $100 -Total: $24,446
Interna�onal Applicants: (If records are not in English, a cer�ﬁed literal transla�on must accompany the originals.) -Completed applica�on -Oﬃcial transcript(s) for all academic work must be submi�ed to the World Educa�on Services for evalua�on: www.wes.org -TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or SAT scores -Essay -Two (2) le�ers of recommenda�on -Statement of ﬁnancial readiness
All applicants must submit a non-refundable applica�on fee of thirty-ﬁve dollars ($35.00). Money orders, cer�ﬁed checks, and online payments will be accepted, but personal checks are not accepted.
Financial Assistance is available to qualiﬁed students who would otherwise not be able to a�end college. The four types of aid awarded --low-interest loans, employment, grant programs, and scholarships--are based on an individual’s need an elibility. Students applying for ﬁnancial aid must complete the Free Applica�on for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To ﬁle the FAFSA online, go to www. fafsa.ed.gov. School Code: 002911
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900 East Washington Street, Greensboro, NC, 27401 | Phone: 336-517-2100 | www.benne�.edu