The Guilfordian

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...

Renovation of Hendricks Hall creates more study space

Nellie Vinograd, Staff Writer

March 7, 2014

Tucked away behind King Hall stands a building with which few traditional students are familiar: Hendricks Hall. For Center for Continuing Education students, though, Hendricks is an important hub for studying, killing time between classes and meeting up for group work. This past year, the CCE Student...

Fears of student divide develop amid budget cuts

Victor Lopez, Staff Writer

March 16, 2012

No one wants to be the proverbial "red-headed stepchild," including those at the Center for Continuing Education, where there has been speculation regarding what the recent cuts in financial aid will mean for in-state students. Some say that CCE might be further distanced from the college due to recent...