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High School and Independent Counselors

The Office of Admission is thankful to college and guidance counselors across the country who recommend Guilford College to their students. Guilford's Admission Counselors value their relationships with each of you, and we're honored that you support us in identifying future students. Thank you for your continued interest and support!

"Guilford College is committed to providing an accessible application process for all of our prospective students," says Admission Director Kyle Wooden '11. "We've been a test-optional institution for 20-plus years and have pledged to accept unofficial transcripts for our application review process. We want to make the process as easy as possible for you, the counselors, as well. Please continue to contact us with any questions as we work together to serve students."


Upcoming Events and Important Info for Counselors

  • What does Guilford's new Class of 2026 look like? Learn more about this year's large, impressive class. Read more here.
  • Fall 2023 college applications are now open! Free to apply and 100 percent test-optional. Early-decision apps due Nov. 1. Learn more here.
Who is the admission counselor for your state, country, or N.C. county? Find out on the Meet the Admission Team webpage.

The Guilford Commitment

A Promise to Your Students

Guilford College is committed to giving every first-time, undergraduate applicant generous institutional aid. Offers start at $15,000 per year and go up to $27,000 per year or more, depending on their academic success. Do you have a student who would greatly benefit because of their focus and determination? Introduce them to Guilford College so they can see how much support they'll receive.

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College Fairs and High School Visits

Guilford's Admission Counselors travel across the U.S. all year to meet students. Check out the list of upcoming college fairs and high school visits. Counselors are available to meet one on one with you or your students, or they can do a group presentation. If you'd like for your state or region's counselor to schedule a visit to your school or organization, email or call 336.316.2100.

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Stay in Touch

Are you interested in learning about upcoming programs that may interest you or your students? Add your information to our contact list. We'll be in touch soon!

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Schedule Your Visit

Take a trip to Greensboro to learn all things Guilford! We're excited about the opportunity to introduce you to what the College has to offer your students and to enjoy a farm-fresh meal together.

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Bring Your Students to Campus

We love it when groups of students stop by for a visit! Contact the Office of Admission at or 336.316.2100 to set something up. Plan to let us know when you're arriving, how many are in your group, and what you'd like to see and learn about Guilford. It's our goal to make your visit fun and personalized.

Guilford College Rise

A Summer Institute for Rising High-School Seniors

Guilford College Rise is a three-week, residential experience that allows rising high-school seniors to earn college credits while living and learning in Greensboro, N.C. The 2023 application is now open, and scholarships are available. Learn more at an upcoming, virtual info session for students, parents, and counselors. Register using the following link:

6:30 to 7:15 p.m. (EST) On Nov. 21

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Contact the Office of Admission

5800 West Friendly Ave.
Greensboro, N.C. 27401