Guilford College has a diverse study body that includes adult and early college students in addition to traditional students. We also have a Higher Education in Prison Program that gives individuals a chance to earn college credit while incarcerated.
14:1 Faculty to Student Ratio
An average class size of 18 students means you'll get individual attention from exceptionally accomplished faculty who know their fields inside and out.
Guilford College has been included in Colleges that Change Lives for the past 21 years.
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%.
The Fiske Guide to Colleges 2016 rated Guilford College as a Best Buy.
41 Majors, 52 Minors, 1 Graduate Program
Most popular majors include business administration, health sciences, psychology, criminal justice (also offered as a graduate degree), accounting, biology, sport management and computing technology and information systems.
401 Graduates in the Class of 2016
Guilford College received a green rating of 89 in The Princeton Review Guide to 361 Green Colleges: 2016 Edition.
Guilford College students hail from 38 states and 16 countries around the globe.
42% of Guilford College students younger than 23 play sports.
40% Students of Color in Class of 2020
36+ Religious Affiliations Represented
3% of Guilford College students are Quaker, and we welcome students from all religious affiliations and those with none at all.