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Admitted students will have two opportunities to visit campus during the College’s Spring Into Guilford programs on March 28 and April 11.
Calling all Men's and Women's Soccer Alumni for the Alumni games this spring. Mark your calendars, fill your tanks, polish your shoes and get to campus on Saturday, April 11th, Armfield Athletic Center. The Women's Alumni game will be starting at 5pm with the Men's game to follow at 7pm.
Sign up to volunteer at the 2015 NCAA Division III Men's Golf Championship will take place at Grandover Resort and Spa in Greensboro, NC on May 12-15, 2015.
Thank you to all who gave during the Day for Guilford! The College received 862 gifts from students, employees, alumni, parents and friends.
Stay connected and learn about how Black alumni of Guilford College are making an impact on the lives of students, alumni and the College as a whole.
Susan Briggs, renowned trauma surgeon and humanitarian, will make a community presentation on humanitarian response to natural and man-made disasters as part of her visit to campus April 8-9. She will receive the first honorary degree in Guilford's history at Commencement on May 16.
My new Happy Hour companion looked at me. "I really enjoyed my time at Guilford," she said. "Since graduating a few years ago, I have had a hard time staying connected to the school and I miss that sense of community." I first volunteered for the Alumni Association in 2008. To achieve a stronger network of alumni engagement, the Guilford College Alumni Association Board (GCAAB) and college staff need talented individuals willing to work with our local chapters and other affinity groups to help build the association we all want to see. We can help you get started and provide tips on what has worked well in the past. But we cannot do this alone. Will you join us in this cause?
If 150 donors make a gift of any amount during the 24-hour challenge, a group of College trustees will give $50,000.
Guilford College generated $144.9 million of added economic value – equivalent to creating 2,411 jobs – in the Piedmont Triad during the 2012-13 fiscal year, according to a new analysis of higher education in North Carolina.