The President and the Board of Trustees at Guilford College have a strong commitment to welcoming international students to Guilford College. We want to invite you to become a valued member of our campus community.
Guilford College is leading the way to a better future. Our students learn to become risk takers, independent thinkers and empowered intellectuals driven by a strong moral compass. Together we are a community of active learners and passionate teachers emboldened by our beliefs in excellence, equality, integrity and compassion.
International students who are admitted and who enroll at Guilford College can be assured that they will be a part of a welcoming, supportive campus community and a safe and secure environment in which to learn and grow. We will assist you in the admission process, in obtaining a student visa and transitioning to the U.S., and may offer financial assistance in the form of merit-based scholarships.
Our International Nations Represented
Our small, but growing international community is represented by students from:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
Download our International Student Brochure in English. We also welcome you to download our International Student Admission Fact Sheet in English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Portuguese, or Spanish for a complete overview of Guilford College.
American Language Academy
American Language Academy (ALA) and Guilford College have developed a partnership. ALA offers English language instruction at an auxiliary location on the Guilford College campus. International students may receive a Conditional Letter of Acceptance (CLA) to Guilford College by completing the following steps:
- Complete and submit an application for admission to Guilford College (submission of secondary transcript is required, TOEFL test scores are not required).
- Complete and submit an application for admission to American Language Academy.
American Language Academy is accredited by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA). Students requiring additional English Language training prior to beginning their academic studies can do so on the Guilford campus. For more information about ALA’s intensive English program, go to http://www.alaenglish.com/ or contact Yuni Nyugen, Vice President/Director of Admission, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more application details.
For international admission questions, please contact:
Admission Counselor/International Education Specialist
Laura Milot ’09