George Washington Carver, nicknamed "Black Leonardo", by TIME magazine, as a reference to the polymath, Leonardo da vinci, attended several colleges and Universities. His formal education was limited by societal, political and policy prejudices. In the late 1870s, it was almost impossible for a Black man or woman to gain acceptance into any US college or University, thus, George Washington Carver endured and overcame many, many obstacles to attend college.
He started his college education at Highland College, in Highland, Kansas; now known as Highland Community College
He then studied studying art and piano at Simpson College, in Indianola, Iowa. His art Professor recognized his talent for painting flowers and plants and convinced him to study botany at Iowa State Agricultural College in Ames, Iowa.
He eventually obtained his Masters Degree from Iowa State
George Washington carver went to Simpson college
George Washington carver attend Simpson college.
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carver went to three colleges.
No- Washington did not go to college.
George Washington went to the William and Mary college in williamsburg
George Washington Carver was accepted at Highland College in Kansas, but was refused upon his arrival due to his race. Years later he would study botany at Iowa State Agricultural College, and eventually earn his Master's degree and even teach there. He was the school's first black student and its first black faculty member.
George Washington Carver attended several different high schools during his teenage years. The one he graduated from was Minneapolis High School in Minneapolis, Kansas.