The Guilfordian

Program offers criminal justice masters degree


Hannah Shoemaker, Staff Writer

March 5, 2017

This fall, with the introduction of a Master of Science in Criminal Justice program, Guilford College will welcome its first class of graduate students since the 1970s. “The focus of the program is how (to) make criminal justice better within our immediate area,” said Jerry Joplin, professor of...

Staff housing may become more available soon

Clare Forrister, Staff Writer

September 21, 2016

Students who have walked to the lake or to the shops in Quaker Village may have noticed houses on campus in addition to the three theme houses. As it turns out, what many believed in elementary school finally came true: many employees who work at Guilford College live here too. Employee housing on...

Cyber security major approved: what new programs will be next?

June Park, Staff Writer

December 4, 2015

With the new cyber security major approved, what other majors will Guilford College be adding? For years, Guilford has generally held the line on the number of majors and minors; former President Kent Chabotar thought the academic program over-extended. However, this policy changed when President...

Board of trustees work to sustain college

Vice President for Enrollment Arlene Cash speaks to the board of trustees on how Guilford is working towards a sustainable future.

Harris Billings, Staff Writer

October 23, 2015

With issues of debt and low enrollment, now more than ever, Guilford College is looking towards its administration for solutions. On Oct. 10, the board of trustees had their first ever open meeting, during which, the board approved a budgeted deficit, discussed progress of various committees, announced...