The Quaker and Special Collections provide access to primary sources and unique works for study, including artwork, artifacts, manuscripts, rare books, and specialized research collections, and opportunities for campus based internships and innovative projects.
A nationally recognized research facility, the archives document the history of Quakerism and Guilford College through manuscripts and official records from the 1680s to present. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Through the Permanent Art Collection and exhibitions, the Art Gallery supports the academic endeavors of Guilford College by enhancing creativity, critical thinking, and visual literacy through art. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.