The Student Body

Guilford has students from across the United States and many other countries.

These include traditional-age students, students 23 years of age or older who are enrolled in Continuing Education, and students in The Early College at Guilford who are able to complete their high school education and two years of work toward a bachelor’s degree.

Guilford recognizes the special abilities of students with physical impairments and learning differences. Through the Office of the Provost, the College endeavors to serve the individual learning needs of these students upon request. Requests should be supported by appropriate medical documentation. The plan for these students may adjust the normal instructional process with untimed exams or innovative approaches to assignments. The Learning Commons coordinates and refers resources for these students. Guilford’s normal nondiscriminatory admission policy governs the admission of these students. The standard policies on academic standing and the prescribed graduation requirements also apply.