In what year was Benedict College founded?
For whom was Benedict College named?
Answer: Mrs. Bathsheba A. Barber Benedict
Who was the first President of Benedict?
Answer : Reverend Timothy Dodge
From its beginning how many Presidents has Benedict had?
Answer: Thirteen. Reverends Dodge, Colby, Goodspeed, Becker, Osborn, Valentine, Antisdel, Starks, and Bacoats. Doctors Payton, Ponder, Grigsby, and Swinton.
Who was the first Afro-American President of Benedict?
Answer: Reverend John J. Starks
How many Afro-Americans have served as Presidents?
Answer: Six. Starks, Bacoats Payton, Ponder, Grigsby, and Swinton
What building on campus is on the Historic District List was used as a hospital and training school for nurses?
Answer: Pratt Hall
What other buildings are in Benedict College's Historic district?
Answer: Morgan Hall, Duckett Hall, Antisdel Chapel, and Starks Center
What year was the first football team formed and when was football suspended?
Answer: Formed in 1911 and suspended in 1966
In what year did Benedict resurrect its football program after a 29 year absence?
The intercollegiate History of sports at a Benedict began officially in 1907 when the first baseball team was organized by what professor?
Answer: Profesor Ralph Flemings Bates, the college's first intercollegiate coach.
What year was Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority chartered on campus?
What Benedict College alumni served a four-year term as President of the U.S. Olympic Committee in 1996?
Answer: Dr. LeRoy Walker
What does the word ´Benedict' mean?
Answer: It means "a blessing"