Though not exclusively a Bible college, North Greenville University is deeply committed to spreading the gospel of Christ. NGU’s Southern Baptist affiliation has a profound impact on student life at the university, offering several campus, outreach and even athletic ministries.
North Greenville’s academics are faith-based, as well. The university comprises the following divisions:
- College of Business & Sport Professions
- College of Humanities
- College of Christian Studies
- College of Science and Mathematics
- College of Education
- College of Fine Arts
Through these colleges, NGU students can pursue Christ-driven careers in everything from Sport Management to Media Ministry.
The first step in applying for financial aid at NGU is to complete the FAFSA. This will determine your eligibility for need-based federal and state aid programs, as well as some NGU scholarships. Deadlines for scholarship applications vary from mid January to late March.
NGU has a comprehensive admissions process and tries to examine each applicant as a complete person. A minimum 3.0 GPA and ACT score of 20 are preferred, but not necessarily required. North Greenville University has open enrollment policy, which makes it easy to register for classes. If you’d like, you can wait until the day before classes start to register (though it’s not recommended to do so).
Quick Facts about North Greenville University
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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