As a member of the Guilford community, you have access to engage in research and exploration using unique primary resources through the Quaker and Special Collections. This includes interacting with works of art from the college's permanent art collection, either through exhibitions, internships, or making an appointment to study a particular piece. The college's archives are available as a resource to study how Guilford College has responded to or experienced past events and to explore student experiences over time. The Quaker Archives includes a comprehensive research library and special collections documenting Quaker Studies and the Society of Friends from the 1600s to present day. Take advantage of these to create unique learning opportunities.
Guides to some of our most frequently requested topics and resources: