First-Year Student Checklist
Next Steps for Admitted First-Year Students — Fall 2020
Submit your $250 deposit.
Pay online through your Guilford status page. Once logged in, please accept your offer of admission. Once you submit this decision, you'll be prompted to pay your deposit.
You may also call the Office of Admission at 336.316.2100 to pay over the phone by credit or debit card.
Or send a check or money order (made payable to Guilford College) to:
Office of Admission
5800 West Friendly Avenue
Greensboro, N.C. 27410
Be on the lookout for an email containing your new Guilford email address, G#, and login information, with the subject line, Guilford Login Information. At that time, log in to your Guilford email account and then log in to Banner to change your password.
Registration for this fully VIRTUAL event is now open to deposited students.
At GO 2020, deposited students will meet with their Guilford Guide, learn more about campus services, and participate in fun evening events! Orientation Peer Leaders will also be available to answer our questions about life at Guilford.
Register to attend the remaining GO session:
Throughout your time at Guilford, your Guilford Guide (academic adviser) will work side by side with you in designing paths for illuminating discovery as you explore your interests, identify life goals, and plan for your post-college success. Learn more about integrated academic and career advising at Guilford by visiting the Guided Discovery page.
The Guilford Guides have created a Canvas page that contains information for deposited students only.
Use your Guilford network log-in credentials to access Canvas. Type in your network username (ex. smithe2) and password and then press the login button. Do not include @guilford.edu in the username. If you are having difficulty accessing Canvas and/or using your credentials, please email the Guilford College IT&S Helpdesk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access the BILL 000 001 Pre-Orientation — Fall 2020 course. Complete the class preference form. Your Guide will pre-register you for courses your first semester, and we want to take your preferences into consideration. Please keep in mind that the sooner we have your preference form, the bigger the selection of classes and times for us to choose from.
Every student should fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), regardless of income. Guilford uses the FAFSA to offer grants and work-study. Guilford’s FAFSA code is 002931.
Guilford's preferred completion date is May 1.
If you have questions or need more time, call the Office of Admission to speak to your counselor, 336.316.2100.
If you have applied for federal aid and need to accept the Federal Direct Loans that have been offered to you, log in to Banner Web to do so. Once you accept your loans, make sure you complete the Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling at student aid.gov. Questions? Contact the Office of Financial Aid at 336.316.2354 or email@example.com.
Once you have submitted your enrollment deposit and received your Guilford PIN and email address information, you may log in to MyHousing Self-Service with your Guilford Network Login to complete the Online Housing Application.
Room, roommate, and meal-plan assignments will be emailed to you once they're complete; students who complete the housing application by June 30 will have their assignments by July 20.
Please see the recommended Guilford College Packing List for suggestions about what to bring with you on move-in day.
Guilford has a four-year residential requirement. Students seeking to be released from this requirement may find the off-campus policies and application forms online.
Please have your final official transcript sent to the Guilford College Office of Admission.
All students must complete the student immunization form. Print, complete, and return it to:
Attn: Susan Smith
5800 West Friendly Avenue
Greensboro, N.C. 27410
Make sure to pay your first tuition bill by July 16.
You will receive instructions by email about how to use TouchNet.
Payment plans will be available for five monthly installments on Touchnet from July 1-15.
To prepare for move-in, please submit a photo for your Guilford I.D. Image specifications and further instructions are available at the following link. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the online Guilford College Bookstore to find out what books and materials are required for your fall classes. You can buy your books from the bookstore or from online retailers. (Note: You should not buy any English textbooks until your placement has been determined during your 3-week Initiate course.)
Students with a documented disability have the opportunity to meet individually with Accessibility Resource Center staff to discuss academic, housing, and classroom accommodations as well as supportive services.
Please provide your information by filling out this online Registration Agreement and submitting any documentation as early as possible. Documentation guidelines and additional information can be found on the ARC website. ARC staff will reach out to new students prior to the start of the semester to set up appointments.
Check-in is Sunday, Aug. 16, and Week of Welcome for new students begins the same day. This is also move-in day for our residential students. When you arrive on campus, head to Founders Hall between 8:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. (Those in the Continuing Education Program should report to Founders between 11 and 12 p.m.)
The fall three-week session begins on Wednesday, Aug. 19. For more information and a full academic calendar, please visit the Registrar and Student Accounts page.
All students are required to provide proof of insurance. You have the option to waive school insurance online through UnitedHealthcare. The health insurance waiver period is from mid-June to Aug. 31. Starting in mid-June, please visit https://studentcenter.uhcsr.com, and find Guilford College in the dropdown menu.