Adult Degree Program to Host Events
The Adult Degree Program at Guilford College, the first four-year college in North Carolina to specialize in educating adult learners, will host several events on and off campus during the coming weeks.
Advisors and transfer counselors will provide information about the program and answer questions at the following off-campus events:
- Monday, July 30, 4-6:30 p.m. at Greensboro Central Library
- Tuesday, July 31, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Barnes & Noble in Friendly Center, Greensboro
The program also will host Welcome Back Wednesday, 4-7 p.m. July 25, on campus in Hendricks Hall for former students who want to talk with an advisor about returning.
Through its Center for Continuing Education, Guilford offers adult learners a chance to earn a bachelor’s degree in any of the College’s majors, including 12 majors that can be completed entirely with evening classes, in addition to a variety of pre-professional and certificate programs.
For additional information visit www.guilford.edu/adults or call 336-C-R-E-D-I-T-S (273-3487).
The College helps adults achieve their life goals by providing an outstanding education; adult-specific services; flexible day, evening or weekend classes; a convenient two-night-per-week full-time schedule; and a tuition plan that makes Guilford more affordable for adults than many state schools.
PARKING INFORMATION FOR ON-CAMPUS EVENTS: From New Garden Road, enter Guilford’s northwest entrance at Arcadia Drive/George Fox Drive. Parking is available in the Hendricks Hall lot or next to the nearby Frank Family Science Center.