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|Motto||I am striving for wisdom and virtue.|
|President||Kent John Chabotar|
|Location||Greensboro, North Carolina, USA|
|Campus||Suburban, 340 acres (1.37 km²)|
|Sports||NCAA Division III|
|Colors||Burgundy and Gray|
Brick walkway through Guilford College
|Nearest city:||Greensboro, North Carolina|
|Architectural style:||Colonial Revival, Classical Revival, Late Gothic Revival|
|Added to NRHP:||June 21, 1990|
|Boundary decrease:||June 27, 2001|
- Guilford is the third-oldest coeducational institution in the country, the oldest such institution in the South, and the fourth-oldest institution of higher learning in North Carolina. The wooded campus is located in Greensboro, NC.
- Guilford has both traditional students and students who attend its Center for Continuing Education (CCE).
- Guilford's academic programs—both disciplinary and interdisciplinary—include 38 majors and 54 minors, with a range of liberal arts and pre-professional opportunities. Guilford also supports students in creating individualized programs and in selecting studies which will contribute to their own development and interests.
Campus Life 
Quaker Heritage. Guilford College is the only Quaker founded college in the southeastern United States. Originally opening in 1837 as New Garden Boarding School, the institution transformed itself into a four year liberal arts college in 1888. Guilford College continues to place its Quaker heritage at the center of its mission, though it has broadened its outlook beyond North Carolina and the Religious Society of Friends.
Clubs and student organizations. A wide variety of student clubs and organizations exist at Guilford College.
The Early College and Guilford. The Early College at Guilford is hosted at the College.
Guilford competes as an NCAA Division III and Old Dominion Athletic Conference member. The school has won five national championships, including the 1973 NAIA men's basketball title, the 1981 NAIA women's tennis title and the 1989 (NAIA), 2002 and 2005 (NCAA Division III) men's golf titles. Guilford has enjoyed additional recent success in golf and basketball.
- American Hebrew Academy Stadium: Track and field. On the grounds of the American Hebrew Academy.
- Armfield Athletic Center: Football, men's and women's lacrosse, men's and women's soccer. 2,200-capacity.
- Haworth Field: Softball.
- Edgar H. McBane Field: Baseball.
- Ragan-Brown Field House: Men's and women's basketball, and women's volleyball. 2,500-capacity.
- Dorothy Ragsdale McMichael '37 Centennial Class Courts: Tennis
- Royce Reynolds Family Student Life Center Pool: Swimming
Campus events 
Bryan Series. In the past decade, Guilford's Bryan Series has brought many notable speakers to the campus and city for an annual public lecture series. Past speakers have included Desmond Tutu, Mikhail Gorbachev, Colin Powell, Madeleine Albright, Ken Burns, Mary Robinson, David McCullough, and Toni Morrison. The 2008–09 Bryan Series lecturers were Khaled Hosseini, Christiane Amanpour and James Rubin, Salman Rushdie, and Anna Quindlen. The 2009–10 lecturers were Garry Trudeau, Paul Krugman, Anna Deavere Smith, David Gregory, and Yo-Yo Ma.
- Former President Bill Clinton headlined the Bryan Series in 2010–11.
Eastern Music Festival (EMF). Every summer, the college hosts the five-week-long Eastern Music Festival (EMF), where both professional and student musicians come together for seminars and public performances. Each year, EMF features more than 70 concerts and music-related events on- and off-campus.
Serendipity. Probably the largest campus-wide event of the year, besides Homecoming, is "Serendipity", held annually in the spring. In its heyday during the late 1980s and early 1990s, the festival was attended by Guilford students and alumni as well as thousands of students from other local institutions in the Triad area. Musical acts who have played this event include: Dave Matthews Band, Widespread Panic, Hootie and the Blowfish, Common, Talib Kweli, De La Soul, Luscious Jackson, The Violent Femmes, Man Man, The Village People and The Squirrel Nut Zippers.
WTH?! Con This event has been occurring annually since 2001. Major guests include a host of webcomic creators and wrock bands. The most recent Con, held February 10–12, 2012, attracted around 300 attendees. Peak attendance has been around 500 people.
- Campus pictures:
Notable alumni 
- Mary Ann Akers: 1991, reporter for Roll Call
- M. L. Carr: 1973, former ABA/NBA player, head coach and executive
- Arthur Chase: 1991, Director of Sports Information Duke University
- Howard Coble: 1953, member of U.S. House of Representatives (6th District, N.C.)
- Joseph M. Dixon: 1889, U.S. representative, Senator and Governor of Montana
- Rick Elmore: 1974, Judge, North Carolina Court of Appeals
- Rick Ferrell: 1928, former major league baseball player and member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
- William M. B. Fleming, Jr.: 1973, president of Palm Beach Atlantic University
- John Hamlin Folger: U.S. Representative
- World B. Free (née Lloyd Free): 1976, former NBA player
- Rick Goings: CEO of Tupperware
- Greg Jackson: 1974, former NBA player
- Bob Kauffman: 1968, three-time NBA All-Star and former NBA head coach/general manager
- Penelope W. Kyle: 1969, president of Radford University
- Junior Lord: 1998, Arena Football player
- Heidi Meroth: 1991, Tennis Professional USPTA
- Warren Mitofsky: 1957, inventor of the exit poll
- Dave Odom: 1965, former head men's basketball coach, East Carolina, Wake Forest & Univ. of South Carolina, now Chairman of Maui Invitational Basketball Tournament EA Sports Maui Invitational
- William Queen: 1981, author of New York Times bestseller Under and Alone
- Doc Searls: 1969, journalist, Cluetrain author
- Ernie Shore: 1913, former major league baseball player and teammate of Babe Ruth
- Sam Venuto, NFL Running Back for the 1952 Washington Redskins. Long time high school Athletic Director and football coach. Member of the New Jersey Coaches Hall of Fame.
- Michael P. Waddell: 1991, Director of Athletics, Towson University
- Tony Womack: 1992, Major League Baseball player
- Hunter Yurachek: 1990, Director of Athletics Coastal Carolina University
- William F. Flora: Vice-Chairman of Radford City School Board
Notable faculty 
- Howard Brinton, a Quaker activist and author, served as the acting president of Guilford during World War I.
- David M. Dobson, inventor of the computer game Snood, is a Professor of Geology at Guilford.
- David Hammond, notable director, is a Theater Studies Professor at Guilford.
See also 
- Quaker Colleges, Universities and Study Centers
- As of June 30, 2009. "U.S. and Canadian Institutions Listed by Fiscal Year 2009 Endowment Market Value and Percentage Change in Endowment Market Value from FY 2008 to FY 2009" (PDF). 2009 NACUBO-Commonfund Study of Endowments. National Association of College and University Business Officers. Retrieved February 24, 2010.
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13.
- "Mission and Core Values – Guilford College". Guilford.edu. Retrieved August 8, 2011.
- "Academics – Guilford College". Guilford.edu. Retrieved February 1, 2011.
- "Guilford College | Colleges That Change Lives". Ctcl.org. Retrieved February 1, 2011.
- "Garry Trudeau, Paul Krugman, Yo-Yo Ma Among Bryan Series Speakers in 2009–10". Guilford.edu. April 14, 2009. Retrieved February 1, 2011.
- "COBLE, Howard, (1931 - )". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Retrieved October 14, 2012.
- "Montana Governor Joseph Moore Dixon". National Governors Association. Retrieved October 14, 2012.
- "John Hamlin Folger". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress. Retrieved 15 October 2012.
- "Sam Venuto". Pro-Football-Reference.Com. Retrieved October 14, 2012.
- "Tony Womack". Baseball-Reference.Com. Retrieved October 14, 2012.
- Guilford College official website
- Guilford College official athletics website
- Student newspaper The Guilfordian official website