Converse College

Are you interested in how to Make GREAT Things Happen? If so, welcome to Converse, a dynamic and distinctive learning community dedicated to advancing women for professional and personal success.At Converse, we know the worlds professions, workplaces and communities today most need individuals with the ability to think critically and creatively, leaders with a breadth of knowledge and global awareness, and go-getters with sensitivity to the problems of others and a strong sense of ethical principles. Developing these skills and aptitudes is at the heart of a Converse education.Rich in tradition and adept in developing creative thinkers and doers across all disciplines both in and out of the classroom, the Converse community abounds with energy that motivates, supports, and challenges our students, faculty, staff and alumnae. Established in 1889, Converse today features a wide range of major programs in the humanities and sciences, business, education and the arts for undergraduate women and extends its undergraduate studies to adult women 24 and older through the specially designed Converse II program. Converse also provides coeducational graduate programs in education, music, creative writing and the liberal arts for those eager to further their education.Creative pathways to pursue academic passions in and out of the classroom, to develop leadership and service skills, to study and travel abroad, and to develop ones individual vision for success provide Converse students with the confidence and conviction to craft lives of personal and professional success.As scholars, writers, artists, entrepreneurs, educators, executives, doctors, lawyers, veterinarians, public servants and non-profit leaders, and as mothers, wives and grandmothers, Converse graduates Make GREAT Things Happen every day.Converse is all about the power of the possible, making the world a better place one woman at a time.

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school_type year_founded religious_affiliation academic_calendar year_2016_endowment address telephone
Private, Women's college 1889 N/A 4-1-4 $82.3 million 580 E. Main Street, Spartanburg, SC 29302 (864) 596-9000
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62 100.0 South Carolina Spartanburg 250