A. If you are visiting Greensboro or on campus, please stop by the Alumni House for a cup of coffee. We'd love to know you're here.
The Worth House at Guilford was built by Daniel Worth, a New Garden and Guilford trustee from 1875 to 1894. When New Garden Boarding School became Guilford College, Daniel’s daughter, Laura, was a member of the first graduating class, and became the College’s first physical education director for women and later served as college nurse.
The College used the house for many years as a private home for faculty. Among the first to live in Worth House were Clyde and Ernestine Milner. Dr. Milner served as Guilford’s president from 1934 until 1965. Mrs. Milner taught psychology and philosophy of the arts and served a stint as a dean. Interlink, which helped foreign students adjust to American college life, occupied the house for six years.
The Alumni House, as it is affectionately known, faces Friendly Avenue and has been owned by the College since 1930. Painted cream and white and remodeled in a Colonial Revival style, the house is beautifully simple. In the spring of 2000, the Office of Alumni Relations moved into the house where it remains.
A. As a service to our alumni, the Alumni House is available for rent free of charge*. Alumni interested in utilizing the Alumni House for their meeting or event should contact Conference & Events Services at email@example.com
A. The Office of the Registrar provides official transcripts, degree verification and diploma replacements services for alumni and former students. The Registrar's Office can be reached at (336) 316.2121 or at this link
A. You can get information on season tickets or single tickets by clicking here
A. You can learn about all giving societies by viewing the Annual Giving page here
A. Yes, we partner with Jostens for class rings. You can learn more here
A. There are a couple of ways to find out about your fellow alumni:
- use the Alumni Directory (you will need to log in)
- Check out the "After Guilford" page here.