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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.
Fifty-six current and retired faculty members will be recognized as Exemplary Educators by the Alumni Association during Homecoming, and awards will be presented in several categories to other outstanding alumni and long-serving members of the Guilford College community.
Over his quarter of a century at Guilford College, Max Carter has done many things to improve and enhance the Guilford community through his prescence.
President Jane K. Fernandes attended the signing ceremony Thursday in Raleigh.
“Guilford’s vibrant future relies on our becoming a small liberal arts college of distinction doing a few things splendidly,” Jane told attendees.
Jane K. Fernandes will be inaugurated as the ninth president of Guilford at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26, in Dana Auditorium.
For the first time since 1995, Guilford earned the top spot in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Football Coaches’ Preseason Poll.
The article describes a recent harvest: “Tomatoes the size of softballs. Carrots with yellow and purple marbling. And crates of psychedelically colored leaves.”
Twenty alumni gathered for the retreat in hopes of finding out how we could lend our wisdom to today’s Black student body at Guilford, but little did we know that we would walk away with a new sense of pride for our school.
For the 21st consecutive year, The Princeton Review has featured Guilford in its annual guide to the nation’s finest colleges.
A limited number of single-event tickets for the five programs in Guilford College’s 2015-16 Bryan Series season are on sale Aug. 14.