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The Vantage Point to Grow Your Career

Wherever you are in your educational journey, North Greenville University can provide the tools necessary for a rewarding career.

Here, students receive a quality educational experience and hands-on opportunities for spiritual growth and service on campus, locally and around the world.

If you are starting your college journey, transferring, or looking for expanded education, NGU offers programs and certificates that fit into a busy schedule, with on-campus and online options. With NGU’s transfer evaluation, you can complete your program sooner and begin your career.

Take the Next Step: Connect With an Admissions Counselor!


Academic Opportunities at North Greenville University

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College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Programs offer real-world experience you can apply right away, backed by Christian teachings.

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College of Christian Studies

Grow your relationship with Christ in programs available at the undergraduate and graduate level, in person and online.

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Let your passion of communications and arts guide you to programs in dedicated schools of communication, music, and the arts.

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College of Education

Gain knowledge in a Christian environment to teach and lead others in education.

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College of Humanities and Sciences

Earn a degree with a Christian worldview in programs such as health science, psychology, biology, and more.

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College of Allied Health

Learn from experienced healthcare professionals while gaining hands-on experience.

“Having teachers that truly care for your spiritual health, as well as your academics, is truly a game changer!”

Cyndel Norris ’18
Elementary Education

“At NGU, we have no greater mission than to cultivate graduates who are equipped to serve as transformational leaders for church and society. To us, that means offering not only strong academic programs, but also opportunities for spiritual growth, cultural enrichment, and hands-on service.”
Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr.