In September 2007, the N.C. State Bar designated Guilford College as a qualified Paralegal Studies Program. Guilford College is also a member of the American Association for Paralegal Education (AAfPE). All of our Paralegal Certificate Program instructors are experienced, practicing attorneys.
If you are interested in joining the field of legal assistance, the Paralegal Certificate Program will prepare you for career-advancement opportunities and provide you with the chance to network and apply your knowledge to the workplace. Upon successful completion of the Guilford College Paralegal Certificate Program, you will be eligible to sit for the N.C. State Bar Paralegal Certification examination.
Requirements: Applicants to the N.C. Paralegal Certification Program at Guilford College must hold either an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree. Students must be proficient in basic internet skills, word processing skills, have access to a computer, and be fluent in the English language.