Guilford Tech is a public college located in Jamestown Township, North Carolina in the Greensboro Area. It is a mid-size institution with an enrollment of 5,196 undergraduate students. The Guilford Tech acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Medical Office Management, and Information Technology. Graduating 23% of students, Guilford Tech alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $21,400.
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.51 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.45 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.45 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities526 Graduates
Medical Office Management244 Graduates
Information Technology175 Graduates
Aircraft Maintenance132 Graduates
Early Childhood Education116 Graduates
Business Administration and Management90 Graduates
Culinary Arts and Food Service82 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies79 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics68 Graduates
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Guilford Technical Community College Reviews
I have been at Guilford Technical Community College for three years and am about to be graduating with my Associates Degree in Business Management and Human Resources. I am grateful for how affordable this school is, the merit based scholarships they offer, and how easy it is to work online classes into my busy schedule. I truly hope that the quality of instruction with increase, I have had several very disappointing teachers at this school and two truly wonderful teachers. My summer class teacher for Managerial Accounting was an inspiration, I truly appreciate Joshua Moore's effort and ability to make accounting fun and entertaining even during a summer night class! On the other hand, there are the typical jaded adjunct instructors who are content to read off of PowerPoints and forget to bring markers for working out problems on the board. Overall, if a student is determined to earn their education, this is a school that will allow you to do that on a budget.
Guilford Technical Community College's greatest strength lies in its faculty and staff. Without the encouragement and support I received from those who worked at this college, I would not have found the courage to move from the GED program to the college courses. My time at GTCC has been some of the most impactful of my life so far, and I know that when I graduate this May, I will be transferring with skills that will help me as I obtain my Bachelor's degree and build my career. I am very grateful to my school for being a supportive and affordable option, and for seeing me through to the end of my program.
I can never get ahold of my advisor, financial aid has no idea whay they are talking about or doing for that matter, getting guidance is a joke. I have literally spoke with my "advisor" once in the 3 years I've been at this school. The program change director is useless and should be fired. These teachers and staff preach about emailing and contacting them if we need help, then don't respond. Not everyone lives 10-20 mins from campus and most of us work. They screwed up my financial aid and I had to contact the Department of Education and they got fined. I had to drop all my classes because they took my financial aid 4 days before school started, THEN TRIED TO CHARGE ME FOR CLASSES THAT WERE DROPPED BEFORE THEY EVEN STARTED. I will never go back to this school, glad this is my last semester.