83% Employed or Enrolled
– in graduate school within a year of graduating. During the last six years, Guilford graduates have outpaced the national average by as much as 14%.
With 70% of Guilford-graduated applicants accepted to medical school, 75% to physician assistance programs and 100% to vet school, they surpass national averages by 29%, 48.5% and 50%, respectively.
A Future without Borders
Guilford graduates have embarked on successful teaching fellowships in France, Germany and Honduras, researched ethnomusicology in China, worked with and founded nonprofit organizations in Mexico and Guatemala, played pro basketball in Israel and even interned at The White House.
Making a Major Impact
Community and Justice Studies majors have used the program's focus on public service strategy as a basis for continuing studies and employment in policy: Tiffany '12 received a Master of Law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law, and Sarah '09 became director and staff attorney at the Freedom Center for Social Justice.