Philander Smith College
Philander Smith College is a small, privately supported, historically black, four-year liberal arts institution related to the Board of Higher Education and Ministry of the United Methodist Church. The college offers four degrees—bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of business administration and bachelor of social work. The college’s mission is to graduate academically accomplished students, grounded as advocates for social justice, determined to change the world for the better.
Philander Smith College, the only UNCF-member institution in Arkansas, strives to provide a quality education for all regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin or ethnic background.
Philander Smith Student Dosha Warner Receives Scholarship from Kevin Hart’s Charity, UNCF and KIPP
Actor and comedian Kevin Hart joined forces with UNCF and KIPP (Knowledge Is Power Program) to help 18 KIPP students earn a college degree. Through a new UNCF scholarship program launched in partnership with Kevin Hart’s Help From The Hart Charity and KIPP Public Schools, the $600,000 scholarship will provide funding to support KIPP students from eight different cities who are attending 11 historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Junior Dosha Warner was one of the selected students, awarded to her at a surprise event on August 6 in Los Angeles. >> Read More
Philander Smith Staff
We have many strengths, but our greatest strength lies in our students and their success. They are the clay that the Philander experience is making, shaping, and molding into a product to do exactly what our mission statement says: intentionally change the world for the better.
Dr. Roderick Smothers, Sr. President