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The national Guilford College Alumni Association is a family of over 23,000 alumni spanning the globe each with ties to a transformative liberal arts college, deeply rooted with Quaker values and nestled in the beautiful Piedmont of North Carolina.
We are critical thinkers prepared to develop innovative solutions to new and existing problems in whatever place we find ourselves. We are social entrepreneurs creating paths that will sustain the world in which we live and make a positive impact on those whom we serve. We are grounded by a sense of altruism and guided by our convictions - that is, the testimony of our Guilford experience.
We are a city mayor, underwater archaeologist, U.S. Congressman, NBA player, award-winning author and blogger, CEO of Fortune 1000 company, pediatrician and clinic operator, wildlife biologist, software developer, religious studies professor, metals sculptor...we are YOU.
Guilford College alumni are represented to the College by two Advisory boards - Guilford College Alumni Association Board of Directors (GCAAB) & Black Alumni of Guilford College Advisory Board (BAGC).
about how the boards function and how you can get involved.
At Commencement, Guilford will award an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters to Doug Gilmer, a retired College employee who has been a tireless mentor and friend to students and alumni for half a century.
The 2016 Senior Thesis Art Exhibition, a showcase of works by six art majors, opens with a reception 7-9 p.m. Friday in Founders Hall.
Guilford received 748 gifts – 105 from students, 109 from employees, 362 from alumni, 78 from parents and 62 from friends of the College – during the 24-hour giving challenge. Thank you to all who gave!
Is Guilford worth it? Ask Dr. Liz Killion's mom.
The Rev. William J. Barber II, president of the North Carolina NAACP and a nationally known champion of social justice, will speak May 14 at Commencement in Guilford College’s 179th year.
Guilford has received a $15,000 grant from the Tannenbaum-Sternberger Foundation to tell the story of the Underground Railroad both online and on site.
Theatre Studies will present the award-winning French farce again April 15 and 16, the final performances of the department’s season.
1962-2016 are the first 50 years of integration at Guilford College. This year's Golden Circle Induction includes the first Black female and the first African American graduates. The Carnegie room in the Hege Library should see a crowd it has never seen before for this celebration - White and Black, faculty and staff, students and alumni as we honor Guilford's firsts. Our elders... Our trailblazers...Our pioneers...Our history...Our story...Our Guilford...