Continuing Education (CE)

History and Programs

Guilford College established the first undergraduate educational program for adult students in Greensboro in 1953. Guilford provides CE students with standard college services like admission counseling, academic advising, assistance with study skills and tutoring, and career development services.

Additional special features of Guilford’s adult services include an adult student lounge and canteen in Mary Hobbs Hall and convenient campus parking in an accessible and safe location. Senior citizen discounts are available for auditing courses. CE students experience Guilford’s Quaker values and heritage in a student-centered learning environment with small classes, cordial and informal relationships with faculty and staff, flexible programs and services, and an atmosphere of respect for all persons.