College in New York, NY
Guilford College draws on Quaker and liberal arts traditions to prepare women and men for a lifetime of learning, work and constructive action committed to the betterment of the world. Toward that end the college supplies: student-centered instruction that nurtures each personal amid an intentionally diverse community; a values-rich education that explores the ethical dimension of experience and promotes honesty, compassion, integrity, courage and respect for the personal.
read moreThe new Guilford Edge offers uncommon engagement in real-world learning every semester. You'll gain practical, hands-on experience that prepares you to excel in living your dream. That's the whole point of the Guilford Edge. Dive into issues that matter to you with cool courses that go well beyond the confines of campus classrooms. Take your learning into the community, the country and around the world as you participate in team-based projects that reveal the power of cutting-edge collaboration.
Admission and Aid
read moreStudents may submit scores by taking a screenshot or scanning a copy of their score report and emailing it to the appropriate Admission personnel. The College also accepts test scores directly from students' high school counselors. This allows students to submit their scores to Guilford without using the official College Board or ACT score report submission process, which can require a fee. Your goals are too important to let money stand in the way. That's why Guilford awards more than $23,000 in financial aid on average to our students.
Who We Are
read moreGuilford College is found on a scenic, 349-acre wooded campus in the lively college city of Greensboro, North Carolina. Guilford offers you a transformational and practical liberal arts education anchored by the College's seven Core Values. Small class sizes and caring faculty provide you with in-depth, hands-on learning. You'll also learn critical problem-solving skills to thrive and make a difference as you serve the world's greater good. First established as New Garden Boarding School in 1837, Guilford College was originally created to teach the children of the Religious Society of Friends, also known as Quakers.