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Undergraduate Application

You can apply online or you can print the undergraduate application by downloading the PDF document and mailing it to:

North Greenville University Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 1892
Tigerville, SC 29688

If you have received a fee waiver, mailing the application along with the waiver is required.

 

For Freshmen Applicants, you must submit the following:

  1. A completed application for admission. We cannot make decisions on incomplete applications.
  2. A $30.00 non-refundable application fee. 
  3. An Official high school transcript to be mailed by your school. This transcript should include all of your high school studies through the date of the application, your grade-point average on a 4.0 scale and your class rank.
  4. Official SAT I or ACT scores. These scores are to be sent directly from the University Entrance Examination Board or the ACT to North Greenville University's Admissions Office.

Information and applications for the test are available from:

University Entrance Examination Board
P.O. Box 592, Princeton, NJ 09540
Phone: 609-771-7600 (Code 5498 for NGU)

ACT
2201 N. Dodge St., P.O. Box 168, Iowa City, IA, 52243-1068
Phone: 319-337-1000 (Code 3872 for NGU)

 

For Transfer Applicants, you must submit the following:

  1. A completed application for admission.  We cannot make decisions on incomplete applications.
  2. A $30.00 non-refundable application fee.
  3. Official transcripts from all institutions previously attended. Contact the Registrar's Office at each institution you have attended, and request that official transcripts be sent directly to the North Greenville University Office of Admissions, P.O Box 1892, Tigerville, SC  29688. You must have 12 transferable semester hours in order to be considered for transfer admission. Any transfer applicant with less than 12 transferable hours must also meet freshmen admission requirements.
  4. Transfer applicants who have not completed 24 college credit hours must submit high school transcripts in order to be considered for academic scholarships.

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Transfer Scholarships:

Transfer Scholarships are awarded annually to applicants who transfer from an accredited institution. A student must have 24 hours in order to receive transfer academic scholarships.  If a student does not have the required hours, we will request high school transcripts and each awards package will be given on a case by case basis, with consideration to both high school and college transcripts.  

Application Process:

  • Complete the Application for Admission.
  • Submit the $30 application fee.
  • Submit official transcripts from all institutions previously attended. 

You must have at least a 2.0 GPA and 12 transferable hours to be considered for transfer admission.  Any student with less than 12 transferable hours must then meet freshman admission requirements.

Applications are considered equally with no distinction being made with reference to race, gender, handicap, age or nationality.

To check out some interesting facts and stats about NGU's faculty and students; take a look at our Crusader Quick Facts!

Graduate School Application

You can apply online for MBA or MCM Programs through our website. If you are interested in learning more information about the MBA and MCM Programs, please visit our Graduate School page or you can contact Tawanna Scott at 864.877.1598

View our policies and special cases if you have additional questions about Early Admission, Special Students, Transient Students, Policies for Students with Learning Disabilities, and Additional Documentations.

If you're interested in applying to NGU as an undergraduate, the Admissions Staff likes to see 1000-1100 on the SAT, 20 on the ACT, and a 3.0 GPA.

Each application and transcript are reviewed in thorough detail to determine acceptance.

Your admissions counselor will work hard to help you receive all of the financial aid possible based on your academics, community involvement, and extra-curricular activities.

The breakdown of our tuition and fees can be found here. 

    The following is intended to be a guide to assist you in your efforts to apply for admission to North Greenville University.  Please read thoroughly. 

     

    Freshman Admission:

     

    Students applying for freshman admission must submit the following:

    I.  Admissions Application 

    Fall semester acceptance deadline- May 15th

    Spring semester acceptance deadline- October 15th

    II.  Official high school transcripts evaluated by World Education Services (www.WES.org). Please select the Basic Document by Document evaluation option. This evaluation must be complete before an acceptance decision is made. *Please note that upon high school graduation, a second and final WES evaluation is required for students who are accepted and plan to enroll at North Greenville.

    III.  Scores from the SAT 1 or ACT.  Go to www.collegeboard.com or www.act.org for testing information.

    IV.  Scores from the TOEFL iBT.  A minimum score of 70 is required.  If your native language is English, the TOEFL is not required, nor can it serve as the qualifying test for acceptance.

    Confirmation of Financial Resources as well as certified documents of financial support (i.e. Bank statements, etc.).

     

    Transfer Admission:

     

    Undergraduate students currently or previously attending a college or university and desiring to transfer to North Greenville University must submit the following:

    I.  Admissions Application

    Fall semester acceptance deadline- May 15th

    Spring semester acceptance deadline- October 15th

    II.  Official transcripts sent directly from U.S. institution(s).  If college work has been completed outside the U.S., students are required to have documents verified by World Education Services (www.WES.org).  Please select the Basic Course by Course evaluation option. *Please note that upon finishing the final semester before transferring, a second and final WES evaluation is required for students who are accepted and plan to enroll at North Greenville.

    III.  Scores from the SAT 1 or ACT.  Go to www.collegeboard.com or www.act.org for testing information.

    IV.  Scores from the TOEFL iBT.  A minimum score of 70 is required.  If your native language is English, the TOEFL is not required, nor can it serve as the qualifying test for acceptance.

    V.  Confirmation of Financial Resources as well as certified documents of financial support (i.e. bank statements, etc.)

     

    ALL International Students:

     

    Upon receipt of all official documents, the Admissions Office will review your application and notify you of an acceptance decision.  An I-20 will only be prepared for students who have been accepted to attend North Greenville University and have completed the “Confirmation of Financial Resources” process.  This process can take 4-6 weeks.  The I-20 will only be mailed within a 60 day window of the student’s first day of class at NGU. Please also note that the student is responsible for paying a $200 SEVIS processing fee once the I-20 has been received.  You must have your paid receipt in hand when attending your interview with the Embassy consultant.  You may pay the fee at www.fmjfee.com.


    Please have all documents mailed to the following address:

    North Greenville University
    Office of International Admissions
    P.O. Box 1892
    Tigerville, South Carolina 29688
     

    Dual Enrollment Application

     


    Dual Enrollment at NGU

     

    The Dual Enrollment Program exists so that high school students can receive an excellent education in a biblically sound, Christ-centered environment. The program is designed for juniors and seniors who must be at least 16 years old with a 3.0 GPA or higher.

     

    HOW TO APPLY:

     

    To apply for the Dual Enrollment Program obtain and submit the following documents:

    • Dual Enrollment Application
    • Current High School Transcript
    • Permission Letter from a High School Administrator

    You may mail or email these documents to the Dual Enrollment Counselor at kristyn.cooke@ngu.edu or

    North Greenville University Office of Admissions

    P.O. Box 1892

    Tigerville, SC 29688

     

    INFO SESSIONS:

     

    Students interested in participating in the Dual Enrollment Program must attend an informational session prior to registering for Dual Enrollment courses. These sessions are offered at the end of each semester, a few months prior to the term of interest. The Info Session Schedule is below:

    2:00 p.m. - Check in at Hayes Ministry Welcome Center

    2:05 p.m. - Informational Meeting

    2:30 p.m. - Campus Tour

    3:00 p.m. - Register for Classes (This is for students who have turned in all acceptance documents at least a week prior to the event and have been approved. Students who have not turned in their acceptance documents will register at a later date.) 

    Please choose a date that best suits your schedule.

    Tuesday, May 24th

    Tuesday, June 21st

    Tuesday, July 19th

    *NOTE: In order to register for Dual Enrollment classes while on campus for an Info Session, application documents must be received at least a week prior to the session date. Students still completing the application process may register at a later date.

     

    Helpful Documents:

     

    • Application

     

    Dual Enrollment Pricing

     

    Dual Enrollment tuition is $100 per credit hour.  Dual Enrollment students who enroll in our undergraduate Bachelors programs after high school will receive Dual Enrollment scholarships based on the hours completed with the Dual Enrollment Program.

    Course Credit Hours

    Total Tuition Per DEP Course

    Scholarship Amount Per DEP Course

    Net Cost Per DEP Course

    4 Credit Hours

    $400

    $300

    $100

    3 Credit Hours

    $300

    $200

    $100

    2 Credit Hours

    $200

    $100

    $100

    1 Credit Hours

    $100

    -

    $100

     

     

    More Information

     

    For more information on the Dual Enrollment Program and program requirements contact Kristyn Cooke at kristyn.cooke@ngu.edu or 864.977.7052.

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