Up to $1,000
is a stipend awarded to honors students over the course of four years to help pay for research projects, travel expenses and graduate school application fees.
— along with 50 minors — mean numerous options for designing a rewarding future.
is a campus-wide effort to improve students' public presentation skills while learning to advocate for others.
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Your academic adviser will help you identify your options for completing Guilford's Quantitative Literacy requirement. If you earn a 650 or higher on the math SAT, you automatically place out of the quantitative literacy (QL) requirement. Specific majors require additional math classes. QL tests are available in spring and during summer orientation as well as in late August when you arrive on campus.
You'll receive a writing placement assignment after you deposit and register. This writing assignment will be read and graded by our specially-trained faculty, who will determine your English placement for your first semester.
Your academic advisor is also your First Year Seminar professor. They'll meet with you late in the fall semester to help you devise your January term and/or spring semester schedules. Your adviser will help you think about your academic strengths and works with you to ensure your success at Guilford.