Next Steps for Admitted Transfer Students
Submit your $250 deposit online through your Guilford status page. Once logged in you'll need to accept your offer of admission and then you'll be prompted to pay your deposit.
You may also call the Office of Admission at 800.992.7759 and 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
At GO 2019 you'll meet with your adviser, register for classes, get to know campus, and make friends. Events include a basketball tournament, game night, s'mores, and the annual GO GLOW JAMZ dance party! Your Peer Leader will also be available to answer all of your questions. There are two available sessions — Session I from June 7-8 and Session II from June 14-15.
Submit your FAFSA at fafsa.ed.gov. Guilford’s Federal School code is 002931. Questions? Contact the Office of Financial Aid at 336.316.2354.
Be on the lookout for the email containing your new Guilford email address, G# and PIN, with the subject line, Guilford Banner Pins. At that time, log in to your Guilford email account and use your G# to log in to Banner and change your password to a 6-digit number.
Complete this form to register your emergency contacts and enroll to receive text messages in the event of an emergency. We also recommend you add these Office of Public Safety numbers to your contacts:
- 336.316.2911 (emergencies)
- 336.316.2909 (non-emergencies)
Guilford requires traditional students under the age of 23 to live on campus, including transfer students. Students in the Continuing Education Program may not live on campus.
Housing processes for new students open in mid-April! Once you have submitted your enrollment deposit and received your Guilford PIN and email address information, you may login to MyHousing Self-Service to complete the Online Housing Application, which is due by 5 p.m. on Friday, June 21, for best consideration of your preferences.
Room, roommate, and meal plan assignments will be finalized as soon as possible and we will email you once they’re complete! If you miss this time frame, don’t worry. Just be sure to submit your Online Housing Application as soon as possible and we’ll let you know what’s next. Please see our recommended Packing List for suggestions about what to bring with you.
You may request to be released from the residential requirement through the Off-Campus Release Application.
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
You may buy your textbooks at the campus bookstore in the lower level of Founders Hall or order them online.
Guilford College strives to create a respectful, safe, and non-threatening environment where its members are able to live, study, and work free from sexual and interpersonal misconduct. Guilford College is also committed to preventing sex and gender discrimination (including sexual harassment and sexual misconduct) and educating about alcohol and drug use. All first-year students are required to complete two online education modules prior to coming to campus. You will receive an email with instructions on completing the AlcoholEdu and Haven online modules. These modules must be completed by Friday, August 9.
Should you have any questions regarding this requirement, please contact Meagan McNeely (firstname.lastname@example.org or 336.316.2011) or Shay Harger (email@example.com or 336.316.2124).
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY:
To fulfill Guilford College’s requirement:
- You will need an EVERFI Higher Education account to access the course(s) from your Dashboard*
- Go to: http://www.everfi.com/login and click Register.
- Under “Student/Learner,” enter the Registration Code: e778bbba, and click “Next” to create your EVERFI account.
- NOTE: Be sure to register with your Guilford College email address, in order to receive credit for the training.
- Complete Part 1 of AlcoholEdu for College AND Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates (SAPU) by Friday, Aug. 9, at 11:59 p.m.
- After 30 to 45 days you will receive an invitation to complete Part II of both courses, which will completed as part of your FYE class requirements.
Your safety and well being are our priority. We recognize this information could be sensitive for those with past experiences of interpersonal violence and/or sexual violence. This training does include a “Chat with an Advocate” feature (located in the top right corner of the module). There are also supportive local and national resources. In the event you experience emotional discomfort while taking this training, it’s okay to take a break. You can take the training at your own pace. There are also confidential resources on and off campus: https://www.guilford.edu/title-ix-and-equal-opportunity/title-ix-resources.
This placement exam is required for students who have 3-plus years of French, German, or Spanish, or for those who have experience in one of these languages as a native speaker. If you place into the 201 level or higher, you will fulfill the language requirement — you will not need to take a language course. Please take a photo/screenshot of your results to share with your adviser.
Password (case-sensitive): Quakers1
Students with a documented disability will have the opportunity to meet individually with the Director of ARC to discuss academic and classroom accommodations and/or services offered by the College and register with the center. If you have a documented disability and had evaluations and/or an IEP or 504 in high school, please send your information to begin the initial steps with ARC. You may submit the disability documentation and fill out the ADA Disabilities Disclosure and Accommodation Request Form. Please provide the materials to the ARC for review as early as possible.
Please have a final official transcript sent to the Guilford College Office of Admission. The final transcript will allow us to transfer credit received at other institutions to Guilford. You're encouraged to submit all final transcripts as soon as possible, and they must be submitted by the end of your second semester at Guilford.
Check-in is Sunday, Aug. 18, 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 and 11 a.m. (Those in the Continuing Education Program should report to Founders between 10 and 11 a.m.)
All students are required to provide proof of insurance. You have the option to waive school insurance through UnitedHealthcare. This online form will be available in June 2019.