This month, the prayer focus is "Calling." It is crucial that each student discover and develop the call of God on their lives. God has designed each person with a skill set that helps accomplish his purpose in the world. Discovering our calling allows one to connect their lives to the mission of God. 
  • Pray that each student would hear the call of God to salvation. We have several events planned throughout this month that will provide them the opportunity to hear and respond to the gospel.
  • Pray that each student would better understand The way God has design and how that affects his calling for them.
  • Pray that every student would leverage their calling to reach the world with the gospel.
Pray for students to identify opportunities to serve God through their calling. We have many ministry team opportunities for students to serve with that will begin this month.
President Hosts 'Unbroken: Path To Redemption' Private Screening
A new film continuing the story of World War II hero Louis Zamperini’s life, “Unbroken: Path To Redemption,” will be released September 14. Two of the movie’s executive producers were guests at a private screening at NGU recently.
Chick-fil-A Comes to NGU
North Greenville University has welcomed its latest dining location: Tigerville’s very own Chick-fil-A. Read More
NGU 'Family Favorites'
To give our incoming freshmen some "insight," we asked the NGU Family [faculty and staff] to nominate their favorite places in the area to eat, visit, explore, and even the best place to take their car to be serviced. Click below to find out NGU's "Family Favorites."
School of Theatre to Begin The School Year With Sophokles' 'Antigone'
Beginning the last weekend of September, drama enthusiasts at NGU will be able to experience Sophokles’ 'Antigone' in a way they may not expect. In this play, award-winning poet Anne Carson creates what The Guardian calls an “impressively powerful” adaptation of a classical Greek tragedy. Read More
History Lecture Will 'Bring the World' to NGU
Area students and residents will now have expanded access to notable history scholars, thanks to a new endowed lectureship.
100% of Recent Education Graduates Are Teaching Now
School’s back in session! And for the third year in a row, every single one of NGU's recent education graduates are stepping into their own classrooms, making South Carolina’s schools an even better place to learn.   Read More
Family Weekend 2018
Make plans now to attend Family Weekend 2018 scheduled for September 14-16. We look forward to seeing you on campus. Register
Christian Writers Find Guidance at Unique Greenville Conference
Christian writers looking for inspiration, feedback, and helpful networking opportunities will find it all at a special conference hosted at NGU on Sept. 21 and 22. Read More
How Did We Do?
This Check-in Survey gives you the opportunity to share your valuable feedback with us to let us know how we can improve the check-in process for future families. This information (which you have the option to submit anonymously) will be shared with various groups on campus, as we strive to improve our service to you and be a place where Christ makes the difference.
Meet Jody Jennings
We invite you to get to know Jody Jennings, associate vice president for campus ministries.
Join the Crusader Club Today!
Become a member or renew your annual Crusader Club membership. As a member, you will receive the satisfaction of knowing that you are providing life-changing scholarships for our deserving student-athletes and helping our athletic teams excel on and off the playing fields. Join Today!
NGU Offers New Opportunities in Professional Development
Beginning in Fall 2018, North Greenville University’s Greer campus will add new professional development opportunities, including seminars and professional certificates consisting of 8-week courses.
Students Study Spanish Abroad This Summer
Dr. Victor M. Prieto, chair of the modern languages and linguistics department, spent five weeks this summer in Spain with eight NGU students for a Spanish study abroad program. Jessica Ward, Hannah Giordano, Andrew Schaich, Angelina Branche, Sara Williams, Micaela Norberto, Luis Cruz, and Emily Noel all took a class about Spain in Madrid.
Alum's Latest Book Tops Bestseller List on Amazon
North Greenville University alumnus Jason Young (’00) has published his latest book, quickly hitting the #1 spot on the Amazon Best Sellers list for its category.
NGU began the 2018-2019 academic year with a time of worship, reflection, and celebration during a campus-wide chapel service on Thursday, August 16.NGU Begins New Academic Year With Worship, Celebration. Read More
NGU Partners to Educate Christian Leaders to Serve Hispanic Churches
N orth Greenville University and the Upstate Hispanic Bible Institute recently announced a partnership to provide a quality theological education within the Hispanic context, with the primary purpose of forming Christian leaders to serve Hispanic Baptist churches. Read More
Support Student Scholarships
Many students in our NGU community are in need of financial support throughout the year. The Marion Moorhead Golf Tournament played on the Friday of Homecoming weekend exists to provide scholarships for these students. If you would like to be involved in supporting this initiative, come join us for a beautiful fall day on the green. This year's event will take place at Cherokee Valley Golf & Country Club on Friday, October 12, 2018. Tee time is 10 a.m. 
Thinking About Going Back To School?
Whether you'd like to finish your bachelor's or begin your master's, NGU's adult programs at the Tim Brashier Campus at Greer provide an authentic Christian context for lifelong learners just like you. Learn more
Freshman Birthday Cakes
NGU's Auxilio would like to make your freshman's first birthday away from home memorable. If you aren't able to be with your student on their special day, let Auxilio help. Auxilio representatives will be available at Orientation to take your order, or you can place your order now. Order Now
The NGU PrintHub is a full-service print shop conveniently located on campus on the lower level of the historic School of Theatre. The PrintHub is known for its personal service and professional touch and is open to the public. They are highly experienced and equipped to accommodate a complete scope of design, copying, printing, and bindery needs. Browse the menu items and feel free to contact us. Services
Important Fall 2018 Dates

  • Labor Day Holiday - September 3
  • Family Weekend - September 14-16
  • Open House (undergraduate) - September 29
  • Homecoming - October 12-13
  • Fall 2 Classes Begin - Grad & Online - October 15
  • Fall Break - October 18-19
  • Thanksgiving Break - November 21-23
  • Fall Exams - December 3-6
  • Fall Commencement - December 8
Parent Connection, produced by the Office of Marketing and Communications, is a monthly e-newsletter just for parents of NGU undergraduate students. The purpose of the e-publication is to keep parents connected to campus life and events.
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