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SPC focuses on priorities, implementing programs

Harris Billings, Staff Writer February 19, 2016

Last year, the board of trustees laid out what they believed to be the most critical issues facing Guilford College — mainly issues involving enrollment and retention. These became Guilford’s 10 strategic...

Recruiting difficulties haunt the College

Christopher Collins, Staff Writer February 12, 2016

Falling. Guilford College’s enrollment, that is. For the past four years, Guilford College has seen a drop in enrollment each year. Is this Guilford’s fault or is something larger causing this? Nationally,...

Class of 2019 begins at Guilford, ready to engage with community

Brenna Walsh, Staff Writer September 4, 2015

Three hundred and twenty first-years arrived at this summer’s new student orientation at the College on Aug. 24. Greeted with fresh faces, full schedules and fun activities, first-years got to know Guilford. One...

Jane Fernandes delivers her inaugural speech, Inspiring Distinction.

President Fernandes plants her roots

José Oliva, Staff Writer September 4, 2015

On Aug. 26, President Jane K. Fernandes was welcomed as Guilford College’s first woman president and the first deaf woman president of an American college during the inauguration of the college’s ninth...

To survive budget crisis, we must talk

Nicole Zelniker, Features Editor May 1, 2015

Guilford College has a $2 million deficit, and no one seems to know how we got here. Due mainly to a drop in enrollment, cuts will be made and no one is safe. “I’ve been here 16 years,” said...

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...

Declining enrollment puts the college in dire straits

Vanessa Madonna, Staff Writer March 27, 2015

When enrollment numbers are dropping fast, what is a school to do? A decline in enrollment rates is something Guilford College has been struggling with for a couple of years now. As of spring 2015,...

Enrollment declines, affects financial future of College

Ian Penny, Staff Writer February 28, 2014

The numbers are in. For the Spring 2014 semester, Guilford College has enrolled 1,105 traditional students and 952 CCE students. “(The numbers are) decent, not great,” said Dean of Admission...

Admissions Office exceeds enrollment expectations

Admissions Office exceeds enrollment expectations

Anthony Harrison & Natalie Sutton and Natalie Sutton September 6, 2013

If you hear victorious cries and triumphant cheers echoing from New Garden Hall, it’s likely they’re coming from the Admission Office. With the help of his team, Director of Admissions Andy Strickler...

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