We welcome you with Pride to the Greensboro College Alumni pages.
This page is for Greensboro College alumni to find the latest information on awards, events, classmate news and more.
Greensboro College’s Alumni Association was created in 1884 (46 years after the college’s 1838 founding) with a mission to inspire loyalty, pride and support among alumni, friends, students and their families.
GC Alumni are graduates of the college or those who completed a full year. We share a rich legacy with some 20,000 of us from the past 184 years and graduating Seniors are inducted into the Alumni Association at Spring Convocation. There are no dues or fees.
The Alumni Association is led by a representative board of volunteers that meets three times each year, and recognizes four distinguished alumni and one outstanding faculty member with awards presented at Homecoming each fall.
Our biggest alumni event, Homecoming, is the third weekend of September when we gather for class reunions, affinity reunions, present awards and accolades, cheer on athletic teams, and celebrate college milestones.
Come and share our Pride.
Upcoming events and ways to get involved
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Learn how we’re ensuring that all students get what they want and need from us.
Alumni Relations Staff
Anne Jones Hurd ’81
Vice President for Institutional Advancement
230 Main Building
Phone: (336) 272-7102 x5743
Anne Jones Hurd, the daughter of a Greensboro College alumna and the college’s longtime former business manager, joined the staff in August 2015 as vice president and chief advancement officer.
Hurd graduated from Greensboro College in 1981, earned a master’s in Applied Communication at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). She has served in senior fund-raising and advancement positions at three private educational institutions in Greensboro: Canterbury School, Guilford College, and Greensboro Day School. During her tenure, those institutions successfully completed capital campaigns and related fundraising programs.
Hurd has served as chair of the Greensboro College Alumni Association and on the Board of Trustees, whose Institutional Advancement Committee she chaired.
Elena Wegner Henry ’02
Director of Advancement Services
227 Main Building
Phone: (336) 272-7102 x5228
As the sunlight streamed through the windows of Finch Chapel during her audition, Elena knew Greensboro College felt like home. After earning the top music scholarship available, she spent the next four years studying voice, piano, and history, graduating with a music-performance degree in 2002. Following commencement, Elena joined the GC work family as the switchboard operator. In 2007, she became the Director of Advancement Services, supervising the alumni and donor database, providing prospect development & research, managing gift records and reporting, and facilitating donor recognition and stewardship. As a fan of genealogy, Elena has enjoyed discovering the many GC alumni families. Her husband, Christopher, and two of his brothers also earned bachelor’s degrees from GC. Elena lives in High Point with her husband and three daughters.
Hannah Soots ’21
Director of Advancement Services
224 Main Building
Phone: (336) 272-7102 x5403
Hannah Soots, a 2021 graduate of Greensboro College, is the Director of Alumni Giving and Programs. She replaced Destiney Allen ’19 who moved to Charlotte in July. Hannah oversees the coordination of alumni activities, such as Homecoming Weekend, regional gatherings, and the college’s phonathon annual giving program. As a student, while earning a Bachelor of Arts in Acting and a Minor in Dance, Hannah was active in the Greensboro College community, being a part of Alpha Xi Delta, the college’s Religious Life, and the Financial Aid Office as a work-study employee. She will work closely with Assistant Vice President for Development Ellie Yearns ’05, MA ’20.