The Guilfordian

CCE gets new home, reduced classes

Maksym Kosachevskyy, Staff Writer

September 11, 2015

Over the past six months, the Guilford College administration has rolled out groundbreaking changes to the Center for Continuing Education program due to budget cuts. One of the biggest changes has involved the adult student lounge. The administration has moved it from Hendricks Hall to the b...

The future of CCE: How Budget Cuts may affect the program

The future of CCE: How Budget Cuts may affect the program

Lily Lou, Staff Writer

April 10, 2015

“Guilford is treating (CCE students) like second- class citizens,” said CCE sophomore Jeffrey Ray at the event, “Help Save Your CCE Program,” organized by the CCE Student Government Association. The event began after rumors of Guilford College ending its CCE program emerged. “We have...

Letter to the Editor: Throughout the budget cuts, remember Guilford’s cohesion

Gia Henry, CCE senior, Guest Writer

April 10, 2015

A few weeks ago when the student body was invited to come and “plea” their clubs, organizations, causes, and interests, to the board of trustees, I received an invite from many different groups I have been and am a part of to come and speak on their behalf.  I chose not to come and speak on any...

Staff Editorial: Don’t let CCE be lost in the budget cuts

Editorial Board

April 10, 2015

Distress has spread across the campus concerning the status of the CCE department. CCE students, and many traditional students are concerned about signs that CCE may be in danger. Recently, all Saturday classes and some night classes and summer classes have been cut. Rumors claim that the Office of Advancement...

Budget Cuts, Tuition hikes

Budget Cuts, Tuition hikes

Banning Watson Thor Tobiassen, Staff Writers

March 6, 2015

“Everything is on the table,” said Ed Winslow III, chairman of the board of trustees. “The board ... and the president’s committee are going to take a comprehensive look at everything. There are no sacred cows.” This was the harsh news that came from the trustees this weekend as they met...

Change imminent for the CCE program

Annie Fullwood, Staff Writer

February 13, 2015

With an almost 40 percent decrease in the Center for Continuing Education enrollment over the past three years, a refurbishing of the department may be just what Guilford College needs. Last semester, the CCE enrolled 200 fewer students than assumed in the worst-case-scenario number agreed on by Guilford...

Is Guilford giving enough thought to whom they grant off-campus housing?

Is Guilford giving enough thought to whom they grant off-campus housing?

Molly Schneider, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

College: the first step taken towards true independence. Most students lived with their parents full-time before Guilford, so living on a college campus away from their support system is a big deal. But can Guilford’s campus truly satisfy every student’s needs? For those who believe Guilford’s...

Recent years witness CCE enrollment dwindle as a consequence of reduced grants

Landon Fried, Staff Writer

September 12, 2014

Guilford College is suffering from a dramatic decrease in CCE enrollment. In 2011, the CCE program enrolled 1,307 students. Budget planners pinned the worst-case enrollment estimate for this year at around 1,000 students. Only 814 students enrolled. Despite the upward trend in enrollment prior...

Support for CCE students needed

Emily Currie, Staff Writer

May 2, 2014

As a Center for Continuing Education student, I experience Guilford College differently than traditional students.  As an adult student, I face countless challenges my traditional student peers do not. Along with classes, homework and exams, I am raising two boys, run a household and endure a lack of...