Whether you’re on your first or second undergraduate degree, or are interested in growing personally or professionally, Converse II is a great way for women like you (24 and older) to begin a new, exciting chapter in your life. Features of the program include reduced fees, a simplified application procedure, no SAT/entrance test scores required and individualized academic advisement. Academic requirements for Converse II students are identical to those of traditional students.
You will get all the benefits of being at Converse—an interesting, enriching curriculum, a truly superb faculty, and the advantages of attending a women’s college. You’ll reap the rewards of our strong academic resources and our innovative approach to creativity and collaboration. Also, as part of Converse II, we help ensure your success with a streamlined application procedure, special fee rate, career counseling and individualized academic advisement that works with your personal and professional goals.
You will find that your perspective is strongly valued, both by your professors and your fellow students. Your life experiences will not only give everything you learn here deeper meaning but also provide wonderful ground work for all your new-found opportunities.
As part of the Converse community, you will be offered the same great class selection and provided the same support as every other woman at Converse. You can choose to pursue any of our wide variety of majors and minors and are eligible to be chosen as a Nisbet Scholar or take part in our leadership programs. Financial Aid is available and you can attend full-time or part-time.
The Eula Sherman Scholarship is awarded annually by the Spartanburg chapter of Altrusa International. The Converse honorees are Mary Kay Hall, Mary Ella Harris, Kelsey Beth Leahy, Leah Nicole McCaslin, Mackenzie Gray Rogers and Pamela Travene Wofford.
Congratulations to these women who juggle busy lives of work and family, but prioritize their education!