North Carolina Colleges

  • Cleveland Community College

    A variety of art displays, theatrical performances and music events throughout the year, a walking track, etc.

  • Guilford College

    Founded in 1837 by the Society of Friends (Quakers)

  • Isothermal Community College

    President: Dr. Willard L. Lewis III

  • Mars Hill College

    Founded in 1856

  • Guilford Technical Community College

    Guilford Technical Community College provides lifelong learning opportunities for personal growth, workforce productivity and community service. We serve all the diverse segments of Guilford County'

  • Greensboro College

    Located five blocks from downtown Greensboro in the College Hill Historic District. Greensboro College was founded in 1838

  • Davidson County Community College

    The community college is recognized state wide for programs in: nursing, manufacturing technologies in plastics, electronic engineering tool mold die making, and public fire/police/

  • Sandhills Community College

    Chartered in 1963, Sandhills Community College officially opened October 1, 1965, and was the first comprehensive (i.e., offering a college transfer degree)

  • St. Augustine's College Chapel

    Built in 1895, the chapel is home to the bishop'

  • Lenoir-Rhyne University

    Four-year College in the South Atlantic Conference.

  • Meredith College

    The largest four year women's college in the Southeast. Undergraduate degree evening and master'

  • Saint Augustine's College

    A four year, co-educational liberal arts college affiliated with the Protestant Episcopal Church featuring strong programs in 38 academic disciplines in five major divisions.

  • Wilkes Community College

    Wilkes Community College is committed to providing comprehensive education & educational support services for Wilkes, Ashe & Alleghany county students and beyond w/a variety of services +

  • Dunn Center at Wesleyan College

    The beautiful Dunn Center for the Performing Arts hosts some of the finest cultural entertainment found in the area and is home to the Tar River Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus.

  • Peace College

    A liberal arts and sciences college for women founded in 1857 by William Peace and affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

  • Mitchell Community College

    1852. Main building is a three-story Greek Revival structure with Doric piano mobile portico. In 1856 the school was known as Concord Female College, in 1873 - Simonton Female College, and in 1884

  • UNC Greensboro

    Established in 1891, UNCG boosts 16,000 students and more than 800 faculty members, making it the largest university in the Triad. Located near downtown, it awards bachelor's, master'