You may be eligible! These Lenders offer loans to students who attend Guilford College
Variable rate loan
It is very small and out of place.
It is very small and out of place.
Make sure you're doing what you want, where you want.
People who are very liberal and laid back.
To the parents, I would say to focus most of your attention on looking for schools which you are sure will provide a solid ed...
To the parents, I would say to focus most of your attention on looking for schools which you are sure will provide a solid education for your children, one that you know will give them the skills they need to obtain a successful career in the future. You as adults in the workforce know what it takes to be successful in the workplace. To students, I would advise them not only to look into the academics of schools, but I would also encourage them to think about what kind of extra curricular activities they would like to participate in when they get to school, and look to see what schools have the types of activities that they would like to be involved in. I believe that if the student is not engaged in activities outside of the classroom, then they will not be as motivated at that particular school. There are many aspects to finding the right school for you, so make sure you know the "ins-and-outs" of a particular university before enrolling to ensure your success!
I wish I would have known how liberal the school was. I knew that it was a liberal school, but was unaware of just how liberal it actually was. I am a pretty conservative person concerning politics, religion, and morals/values, which actually makes me somewhat of a minority on campus!
The school is very small, making it seem much like high school. Everyone knows everyone else, making it hard to keep your personal business to yourself. I like the school, but would prefer a larger atmosphere.
Guilford is very liberal, does a wonderful job of teaching writing and analytical thinking skills, and students still have a ...
Guilford is very liberal, does a wonderful job of teaching writing and analytical thinking skills, and students still have a lot of fun and help out their communities.
They are socially conscious, fun, and care alot about the world.
Really check out the college community as well as the academics and extracurriculars available.
Depending on who you ask, I would say that my school is best known for either its strong sense of community among the staff a...
Depending on who you ask, I would say that my school is best known for either its strong sense of community among the staff and students together, or its strong program for learning differences. It seems that most schools tend to separate those with learning differences from those without, but at guilford, everyone is an equal part of the community, which adds to the already strong sense of diversity.
I would definitely advise parents to not pressure their children about what school to choose. Your child is looking for a place where they are going to spend the next few years of their life, and, if they can pick the right one, those years can include some of the most incredible, life-changing moments they will ever experience. While you may not think you have enough influence over your child, he/she really does take your opinion to heart. Too much external influence, even from a parent, can be confusing and disctracting when making a decision. Trust your child to choose the school that feels right, and get ready to watch them transform.
The worst thing about my school, out of the very few bad qualities, is the lack of good bands that come to play in Greensboro. Most bands go to asheville or raliegh instead of greensboro, and it's inconvenient to travel that far, especially on a night before classes.
The best advice I can give is to research what you want out of a college whether it is a big campus or a great department fie...
The best advice I can give is to research what you want out of a college whether it is a big campus or a great department field in which you are interested in. Then go to that school and meet with the professors, students and try and sit in a class or two because without visting the school and people you may change your mind. Also vist more then just one school because there may be things you like about one campus that you could find in another. The other piece of advice I can give is to vist your number one choice school more than once because you may notice things you missed the first time that you pick up on the second or third time.
The cafeteria food and the avialability of the food is the worst thing at Guilford College. Since I was a freshman the food at Guilford was on a decline but the administration is trying fix the problem by listening to the students while trying to maintian their free trade and organic food policies.
Any person who is not willing to listen to other ideas or hear both sides of a story should not attend Guilford College. Anyone who is not willing to lessen their carbon foot print on earth or take part in trying to live a greener life. As well as anyone who is not determined to do the work and come to class willing to start or participate in an open discussion about the reading material from last night.
The reason that attracted me to Guilford was the Quaker spirt that sorrounds the whole community in one way or another. Also,...
The reason that attracted me to Guilford was the Quaker spirt that sorrounds the whole community in one way or another. Also, Guilford is located on a lush forest and is relitively small- takes about 10 minutes at the most to walk from one side of campus to the other, great for those who wake up late before class starts. Also, the best thing about being a college student here is that you can wear whatever, roll out of bed in your pajamas because people look beyond than how one looks.
To: Students There are a few things to keep in mind. Firstly, although your parents will help you, it is ultimately YOUR choice to pick the best suited college. If your heart is set on one, then most likely you?ll be happiest there. It is human instinct to gravitate to an environment that one identifies to; however try not to go to the same college as your high school friends. College is a place to make new friends, doing so will add dimension to your personality and will make reuniting with old friends more exciting. Another thing, unless you plan on cooking, or eating Roman noodles for the next four years of college, do yourself a favor and make sure the food there is edible! Lastly, don?t be scared to contact current students of the college questions . They will give you answers, but don?t always take their statements as the truth, just take them into consideration. To: Parents Two things; its okay to let your child go to school in another state, they will want to visit during the holidays. Also, together with your son/daughter compile a list of questions for them to ask the interviewer.
Guilford is a great college for anyone who is looking for openminded, creative, energetic and a friendly community. It is a wonderful place for meeting different people, spending time around nature and a place where most faculty strive to achieve the best out of their students.
Make sure the people are the kind of people you want to spend four years with. Don't base the decision just on how pretty th...
Make sure the people are the kind of people you want to spend four years with. Don't base the decision just on how pretty the campus is. Work hard in classes and have fun, but don't let fun get in too much way of schoolwork.
Dealing with administration.
The best advice I can offer from my experience is to look around at colleges first based on the degree you/your child wants t...
The best advice I can offer from my experience is to look around at colleges first based on the degree you/your child wants to pursue and choose colleges that offer that degree. Some students, like myself, wish to pursue degrees that are very specific and not offered at a lot of colleges. Next is to consider how far from home you/your child wants to go to college. College costs vary widely depending on if you/your child attends an in-state (home state) or out-of-state college. Also consider the type of environment, both academically and socially, you/your student wants to be in. This means looking at average class sizes, difficulty of course work load, the resources available through the school, the social activity outside the class, the type of extracurricular activities available, and the diversity of students, among other things. Costs should be considered, but last, because financial aid is usually very available. Find these items in different colleges and link with ones that best fit you/your child, then go visit (a few of) the campuses you chose. A visit is invaluable in helping with the final decision.
The student diversity- students at Guilford tend to be from so many different backgrounds and all very accepting of others that are different. Because of that diversity, the religious and social acceptance of students is phenomenal.
Anyone who has grown up feeling out of place because of their difference from other students (socially, religiously, financially, whatever), or even those who have been different but accepted (such as having attended a Quaker high school, since Guilford is a Quaker college). Also, that person must be a hard worker in academics, because Guilford is no joke in that regard.
The Quakerism values.
The Quakerism values.
Always visit the campus several times and ask random students about their college experience.
The small-mindedness of staff members when dealing with "racial" issues.
let your kid choose the type of college they want to go to and the field of study they want to do. They will do best if they...
let your kid choose the type of college they want to go to and the field of study they want to do. They will do best if they find their own way through college.
We use student reviews and the most current publicly available data on our school pages. As such, we don't typically remove or edit college information.
Sources for school statistics and data include the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics and the Integrated Postsecondary
Education Data System. Portions of college data include copyrighted material, which is reproduced on this website by permission of Wintergreen Orchard House,
a division of Carnegie Communications. © 2009-2016 by Wintergreen Orchard House. All rights reserved.
Guilford College administrators: claim your school to add photos and details.