Guilford College is a liberal arts college in Greensboro, North Carolina providing tomorrow's leaders with the innovative problem-solving skills, experiences and global perspectives to actively create change in the world.
Guilford College students and the co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter,…
Muhadisa Daqiq '19
Path-finder Muhadisa Daqiq '19 is devoted to creating a bright future in the tech industry for girls around the world.
Austin Bryla '19
Austin Bryla '19 shares his experience at Guilford College. Austin is a Peace & Conflict Studies major and is active on campus through various student groups.
Jocelyn Foshay '17
Jocelyn Foshay '17 reflects on her academic experience and shares how she plans to use her history and education degree after graduation.
Faculty and Staff Profiles
Using History to Build the Future
James Shields '00, the Director of the Bonner Center for Community Service & Learning, shares his joy for working with Guilford College students as well as Greensboro’s immigrant refugee community.
Betty Kane Means Business
Professor Betty Kane shares how Guilford’s unique business program encourages students to incorporate Quaker ethics in decision making.
Bryan Brendley Talks Forensic Biology
Do you have a passion for finding clues and solving mysteries? Listen up as Guilford College Professor Bryan Brendley shares insight on our Forensic Biology major and some of the unique classes offered.
Trevor Corning '10
Rosalind Fleming Akpaidem '09
Sarah Blau '07
Tess McEnery '06
Unique Majors and Programs
Sustainable Food Systems Major
Building on the College’s longstanding commitment to stewardship, the new sustainable food systems major will challenge students to explore the intersection of food, society and nature. For more information, visit our Sustainabilty page.
Higher Education in Prison Program
The Higher Education in Prison Program (HEIPP) brings Guilford College instructors to incarcerated women and men who provide courses in the fields of business, English, criminal justice, sociology, psychology and conflict resolution.
Center for Principled Problem Solving
The CPPS is celebrating the success of its leading experiential programs that have generated positive social change in the world. The PPS Scholars Program and PPS Partnership Project Program began in 2008 and the PPS Faculty Fellows Program started in 2009.
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