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Guilford College COVID-19 Hotline — 336.316.2319

Learn more about how to use the hotline on the College's COVID-19 Information page.

Health and Campus Safety

Guilford College has a public-safety team dedicated to maintaining the peace and security of our campus. Whatever your safety question or concern is, the answers are just a call or click away. We have no higher priority than the safety and wellbeing of our community and visitors. We offer health-care services including treatment for illness, health and wellness education, psychological consultation, and short-term counseling. All services are confidential and free to students.

Emergency Numbers

  • Campus Emergency: 911
  • Campus Information Desk: 336.316.2000
  • Counseling Center: 336.316.2163
  • Family Services of the Piedmont: 336.387.6161
  • Greensboro Police (non-emergency): 336.373.2222
  • Maintenance Emergency: 336.316.2909
  • On-Duty Public Safety Officer: 336.316.2909
  • Office for Campus Life: 336.316.2186
  • Public Safety Office: 336.316.2908
  • Residential Education and Housing: 336.316.2370
  • Student Health Services: 336.316.2194
  • 24-Hours Rape Crisis: 336.273.7273

Rhonda Johnson in the Public Safety office talks with students.

Public Safety

The Public Safety Office provides continuous programming and support to keep safety and crime prevention awareness high among students and staff. Review our policies and procedures regarding sexual misconduct, intimate partner violence and stalking.

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Counseling, Health and Wellness

Professional staff at the Student Health and Counseling Center help students maintain their well-being and cope with academic and social pressure, difficult personal circumstances or turning points in their lives.

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Alcohol and Other Drugs Resources

The purpose of the Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) policy is to comply with the Drug-Free Schools and Campuses Regulations Act and to further Guilford’s commitment to a safe workplace and learning environment.

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Conflict Resolution Resource Center

The Conflict Resolution Resource Center (CRRC) offers an effective approach to resolving conflicts that occur among people living in a close community. Our style of conflict resolution is compatible with the Quaker traditions of understanding, listening, and cooperation. The CRRC is in King Hall 227. Contact them at 366.316.2446 or