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Homecoming and Family Weekend 2019

September 26-28, 2019


Join your fellow Guilfordians at Homecoming and Family Weekend 2019! From the Quaker 5K to the 2nd Annual Neck of the Woods Festival to tailgating and football fun, there's something for everyone!


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Start your application for fall 2020.


It's always free to apply to Guilford, we're test optional, and grants and scholarships are available to every admitted applicant! There are three easy ways to apply:

Questions? Contact the Office of Admission at admission@guilford.edu or 336.316.2100.


Join us for a Fall Open House!

Dates include Sept. 28 and Nov. 11.


You'll tour campus, meet with students, faculty, and staff, and enjoy a farm-fresh lunch in our recently redesigned Dining Hall. Plus, Admission and Financial Aid counselors will be available to answer questions. Register today — we're excited to meet you!


Financial Aid Night

Join us on Thursday, Oct. 3.


High school students in their senior year and their families are invited to Financial Aid Night from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 3. During this FREE on-campus workshop, you'll be given a presentation that details the financial aid timeline, as well as your opportunities at Guilford. You'll also have an opportunity to file the FAFSA on site with the help of a Financial Aid counselor.


10,000 Pounds

That's the amount of food grown annually at our farm.

100 Billion

Stars you can see from our observatory and planetarium.

Beyoncé, Galileo, Everyone Here!

We call each other (even professors) by first name at Guilford.

83% Employed in 1st Year

Guilford graduates are employed or in grad school at a 15% higher rate than the national average.

$23,032 Average Financial Aid Package

With the help of our financial aid team, your goals are well within reach at Guilford.


Get to Know Guilford

The Power of an Encouraging Word

The Power of an Encouraging Word

Life changes in subtle and dramatic ways. For Vung Ksor ’17, a Peace and Conflict Studies major, it’s been primarily the latter.

Balancing Act

Balancing Act

Harrison Kiser ’20 shares his future goals and what it’s like being a student athlete.

Sustainable Food Systems and Beyond

Sustainable Food Systems and Beyond

Ginger Mandel ’19 had a change of heart when she fell in love with Guilford.

His Chemical Romance

His Chemical Romance

Connor Huntwork ’17 fell in love with chemistry at an early age. His best friend’s parents, who were both professors in the science, took the two boys to their research labs in the summers.

Achieving His Goals

Achieving His Goals

Ian Skarring ’18 has worked for and accomplished a list of major achievements: soccer team captain, graduate student, and Ernst and Young intern and employee.

Found in Translation

Found in Translation

Lek Siu ’16, a Peace and Conflict Studies major, was born into the Montagnard community in South Vietnam.


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