Guilford College

Table of Contents


  1. Admission Tour

    Take the tour to experience Guilford College.


    1. New Garden Hall

      New Garden Hall is home to the Office of Admission, the registrar, the financial aid office, and human resources.
      • Admission (Traditional Students)
      • Board Room
      • Business/ Student Accounts
      • Human Resources
      • Purchasing
      • Registrar
      • Student Financial Services
    2. Duke Memorial Hall

      Duke Hall is a multi-purpose classroom building and is also home to the political science department.
      • Foreign Languages, Political Sciences, and Mathematics
      • Language Lab
      • Leak Room
    3. Hege Library

      Hege Library is a cornerstone for teaching, learning, research, and scholarship at Guilford College. The Library leads and partners within its community to foster a culture of scholarly exploration and experimentation, to promote creativity and innovation, and to provide the resources and services that place Guilford College at the forefront of liberal education within our global society.


      Hege Library is home to the Guilford College Art Gallery and also houses the Office of the President, the Learning Commons, and Disability Resources. The Carnegie Room features hardwood floors and gorgeous, large arched windows for maximum reading light.

      • Office of the President
      • Friends Historical Collection and College Archives
      • Guilford College Art Gallery
      • Learning Commons
      • Carnegie Room
      • Betty Place Digital Classroom

      Learn more about the Hege Library here.

    4. King Hall

      King Hall is a classroom building and includes the Study Abroad Office, the Career Development Center, the Multicultural Resource Center, the Center for Principled Problem Solving, and the Office of the Academic Dean.
      • Academic Affairs
      • Business Administration, Justice and Policy Studies, Economics, Multicultural Education, Sociology & Anthropology, Psychology, and Women's Gender & Sexuality Studies
      • Career Development Center
      • Center for Prinicipled Problem Solving (CPPS)
      • Conflict Resolution Resource Center (CRRC)
      • Interdisciplinary Studies
      • The Mutlicultural Education Department (MED)
        • Bayard Austin Center for LGBTQA Activism, Education, & Reconciliation
        • Africana, International Student, Latino, and Native American Communities
      • Study Abroad
    5. Frank Family Science Center

      Frank Family Science Center is home to the J. Donald Cline Observatory and contains classroom and lab space for Guilford's various science departments.
      • Biology, Chemistry, Geology, and Physics
      • Joseph M. Bryan Jr. Auditorium
      • Cline Observatory
      • Science Laboratories
    6. Founders Hall

      Founders Hall is a central gathering space on campus and houses the Office of Campus Life, the dining hall, the bookstore, Sternberger auditorium, WQFS and the Guilfordian.
      • Dining Hall
      • Gilmer Room
      • Boostore
      • Bauman Galleries East & West
      • Campus Life
      • Community Senate
      • The Grille
      • McMichael Atrium
      • Media Commons
      • Office of Student Leadership & Engagement
      • Pizza Shop
      • Residential Life
      • Sternberger Auditorium
      • Student Mailboxes
      • Theatre Studies
      • WQFS-FM(90.9)
    7. Milner Hall

      Milner is the largest co-ed residence hall housing approximately 250 first-year students. Average room size is 11 ft. 1 in. x 18 ft. 5 in. The rooms are air-conditioned and carpeted. Most bedrooms have a lofted bed set up, but can be unlofted. The room furnishings include the following for each resident: desk, desk chair, bed, and dresser; and storage space and a wardrobe is shared by occupants. There are rooms on either side of a corridor with central bathrooms, kitchens, lounges and laundry facilities.


      Learn more about Residence Life here.

    8. Greenleaf Coffee Co-Op

      The Greenleaf is an experiment in an alternative business model as part of our vision for a better world. We hold ourselves to be a non-hierarchical, member-run coffee cooperative. We strive to uphold our values of community, anti-oppression, social and economic justice, and sustainability. We attempt to do this through educating ourselves and the community, conscientious purchasing, and supporting other groups that share our values.

    9. Ragan-Brown Field House & Physical Education Center

      • Facilities for Basketball, Foot-ball, Tennis and Volleyball
      • Mary Ragsdale Fitness Room
      • Outdoor Basketball and Volleyball Courts

      Visit the Guilford College Athletics website here.

    10. Archdale Hall

      Archdale Hall contains office space for many of our faculty. More than 120 years old, the building was renovated in 2008 to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver certification.
      • Offices: English, History and Philosophy