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Its not a dry campus, but the freshman dorms are dry buildings. As at many schools, you can find groups of people who aren't interested in the party life.
The two first year dorms are dry and in other areas drinking is allowed if persons are of age (there are some technicalities). There are also many bars across the street and downtown that students can go to for a drink.
Guilford also has a small but active group that host alcohol free friday night fun called ATOO ( am I the only one). That would be something to look into if you aren't interested in parties
I don't think it's a dry campus, but it's also against Quaker practice to allow inappropriate alcohol consumption, on campus or off. I've not heard it to be a big issue, but I'm a CCE student, and don't live on campus.
It's supposed to be dry in some places, but it never stops students from being drunk. That's all there is to do at Guilford.
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Written by Elizabeth C. Laird
Security at GuilCo has become increasingly strict, mostly due to Campus Life. Some students feel that they are becoming overbearing and annoying. In recent years, parties of any kind have been banned on campus. As for individual violations of the rules, your risk of getting caught depends on your own discretion and situation. RAs, location, and bad luck are all factors in who ends up on probation or fined. Be reasonable. If you are somehow causing a disturbance to others, security is more likely to pay attention to what you are doing. However, if you stay in your room and are considerate, you can essentially do whatever you like. Security is present, and you may be caught if you wander around campus doing something you’re not supposed to be doing. Another change has been the implication of high fines for alcohol and drug offenses. This increases the exclusive nature of those who do partake in these activities, but they have certainly not decreased.
Lately, Residential Life has become more invasive and has basically given itself free reign to search your room at any time without much, if any, warning. There are regular searches of unspecified dorms during any break when most students are off campus. In general, be smart and cautious, and don’t give "the man" an easy opportunity to bust you.
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