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Your Journey Starts Here

Applying to Guilford College is simple and free. If you have any questions along the way, your Admission Counselor and the Office of Admission — or 336.316.2100 — are always here to help.

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Apply to Guilford College

Guilford is accepting applications for fall 2023 through the Guilford College Applicationthe Common Application, and the College Foundation of North Carolina.

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Complete Your Guilford App

Finish what you started and choose Guilford for fall 2023. Do you have questions or need help with part of your app? Contact the Office of Admission at or 336.316.2100.

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Discover the Guilford Edge

A Guilford College education is all about you. Your dreams. Your interests. Your goals. It's called the Guilford Edge. You'll benefit from a highly personalized, hands-on education that prepares you to thrive in a world of change.

The Guilford College Commitment

A Promise to You

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 your academic success. Yes — Guilford promises every new student at least $15,000 a year in financial aid — and even more if you show us you're a leader and an achiever.

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Just Be Real!

Want to make your Guilford College application stand out? Watch this video for three tips from the College's team of admission counselors.

File Today, Don't Delay!

Guilford uses the FAFSA to help award scholarships, grants, and work study opportunities. File today and include Guilford’s school code of 002931.

You Can Afford Guilford College!

Guilford College offers generous financial aid that recognizes need and rewards talent. Plus, your tuition is frozen for four years.

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High School Students

Learn how to apply to Guilford College if you’re a first-year student who is a U.S. citizen.

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Transfer Students

If you're younger than 23, here’s how to apply if you want to transfer to Guilford College from another college or university.

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International Students

Learn how to apply to Guilford College as a first-year or transfer international student.

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Continuing Education (CE)

If you're 23 or older, you can attend Guilford as a Continuing Education student.

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Graduate School

Here’s how to apply to the Guilford College Graduate School. Programs include an MBA, a Master of Criminal Justice, and a Master of International Sport Management.

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Readmission to Guilford

If you previously attended Guilford, you can apply again by submitting the readmission application.

Information for Veterans

How may we serve you?

As a U.S. veteran, you may qualify to receive up to 16 credits for educational experiences during your U.S. military service.

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Contact Us

Daniel Bratcher

Daniel Bratcher

Admission Counselor

Marisabel Guzman Cruz

Marisabel Guzman Cruz

Campus Visit Coordinator/International Admission Counselor

Jalen Pearson

Jalen Pearson

Associate Director of Admission

Whitney Kornegay

Whitney Kornegay

Transfer Admission Counselor

Kyle Wooden

Kyle Wooden

Associate VP of Enrollment Management