On February 7, 2020, after many months of careful deliberation and research, Converse College has decided to expand its undergraduate residential program from single-gender to co-ed in fall 2021. In addition, Converse is embracing its 55-year history as a graduate degree-granting institution with a name change from college to university effective July 1, 2021. Under the university umbrella, Converse will maintain a Converse College for Women and expand its international school into an international college. These efforts will ensure a thriving future for Converse as it continues to build on its history of academic excellence.
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Historic Cudd Hall Transformed
Converse University officials proudly unveiled the transformation of historic Cudd Hall on Thursday afternoon, September 21, 2023. Members of the campus and local communities, as well as alumni and friends, …
Faculty & Alumna Present at 17th World Congress of Music Therapy
Associate Professor & Director of Music Therapy Carol L. Shultis presented at the 2023 World Congress of Music Therapy in Vancouver, British Columbia, in July. Dr. Shultis showcased her research titled …
Dr. Walker to Give Address at Southern Historical Association Conference
Award-winning teacher & scholar Dr. Melissa Walker will give the Southern Association for Women Historians’ annual address at the Southern Historical Association. Dr. Walker will present, “The heyday of a …