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Parents of Prospective Students


The Power of a Guilford Education

Guilford College offers a transformational and practical liberal arts education anchored by our seven Core Values. Our small class sizes and caring faculty provide your student with the hands-on learning experiences and critical problem-solving skills to thrive and make a positive difference in the world.

Your student will bond with professors, work in teams on cutting-edge research, and explore their interests in life-altering internships. Guilford's curriculum will also enhance their writing, problem-solving, and communication skills. They'll be ready for wherever their passions take them — be it launching a career, starting a business, or continuing their studies at the graduate level.

Where will Guilford take your student?

Look no further than Guilford's alumni. They can be found at Google and Microsoft; starting companies and nonprofit organizations; serving with international aid organizations; and excelling at renowned institutions including Harvard, Johns Hopkins, and the University of Virginia, among many others.

We've created the guide below with information and resources to help you and your student navigate the college process. Stay informed by signing up for Guilford updates, and if you have questions, reach out any time to your child's Admission Counselor or the Office of Admission at 336.316.2100 or admission@guilford.edu.


The Guilford College Commitment

A Promise to Your Student


Guilford College is committed to giving every first-time, undergraduate applicant generous institutional aid. Offers start at $15,000 per year and go up to $27,000 per year or more, depending on a student's academic success. Yes — Guilford promises every new student at least $15,000 a year in financial aid — and even more if they show us they're a leader and an achiever.

Guilford College students chat in class.

A parent helps their student carry in boxes of belongings.

Next Steps for Admitted High-School Students

Is your student admitted for the fall semester? Review this checklist together to be sure they're prepared for check-in. From required forms to event registration, all of the important information is included here.

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Next Steps for Transfer Students

Is your student a transfer younger than 23? This checklist will help you prepare for life at Guilford. It includes important check-in information, as well as required forms, event registration, and more.



Questions? Contact an Admission Counselor

Daniel Bratcher

Daniel Bratcher

Admission Counselor

Jacob Cutshall

Jacob Cutshall

Assistant Director of Admissions

Marisabel Guzman Cruz

Marisabel Guzman Cruz

Campus Visit Coordinator/International Admission Counselor

Jalen Pearson

Jalen Pearson

Assistant Director of Admission

Whitney Kornegay

Whitney Kornegay

Transfer Admission Counselor

Kyle Wooden

Kyle Wooden

Associate VP of Enrollment Management