Greensboro, NC-- The President of the only historic Black all female college in North Carolina gave a progress report on the where the school is now and where they're headed.
Dr. Julianne Malveaux, who became President in 2007, delivered her progress report Monday afternoon. On hand for the report were many Greensboro leaders and and community supporters.
Dr. Malveaux said among the things that have changed: Students are required to do 80 hours of community service. Previously, they were required to only do 40 hours.
Bennett College's enrollment is hitting record numbers, staff size and academic credentials of faculty is also increasing. Dr. Malveaux said that returns on support from alumnae is also at an all time high.
The speech was held in the schools state-of-the-art Global Learning Center located on campus. The center was made possible thanks to their Capital Improvement Program. The program is providing construction for growth that the campus hasn't seen in 28 years, according to Malveaux.
Dr. Malveaux also outlined Bennett's 2020 Master plan which includes continued infrastructure and academic development.
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