Museum Exhibits

Peter Doub: A Man of Great Faith

Presidents of Greensboro College

Miss Nannie Lee Smith: The College’s Champion

In a Class of Their Own: The Class Dolls

Main Building: “Our College Home”

History of Student Housing at Greensboro College

1950s Main Building Dorm Room

1954, Going Co-ed: The Introduction of Men

A Glimpse at Greensboro College’s African-American History

Historical Images @ The Royce Reynolds Family Student Life Center

The Greensboro College Plates by Wedgwood

Fun Facts about the College from 1838-1938

Early College Postcards


2006 ‘Pride’ Photo & Imaging Contest


HERStory: “Voices from the Past,” narrated by GC students, faculty, and alumnae

Alumni Oral History Project

“If These Walls Could Talk” — an oral history project on J.C. Price School and the Warnersville Community


Textiles, Teachers and Troops: Greensboro, North Carolina 1880-1945
“Textiles, Teachers, and Troops makes available more than 175,000 digital images documenting the social and cultural development of Greensboro from Reconstruction to World War II.” Items about or contributed by Greensboro College can be found here.

Civil Rights Greensboro
“Civil Rights Greensboro provides access to archival resources documenting the modern civil rights era in Greensboro, North Carolina, from the 1940s to the early 1980s. During this formative period, Greensboro was an epicenter of activity, continuing a tradition that traces its roots back to the 19th century when members of the area’s large Quaker population provided stops on the Underground Railroad.” Here’s a direct link to items related to Greensboro College: Race Relations at Greensboro College.

Greensboro College’s Contribution to Beyond Books and Buildings:
North Carolina’s History of Higher Education Digital Project