A Brief Word from our Housing Staff

The Housing Department at North Greenville University currently has a capacity of over 1500 resident students. The department offers residence halls for both males and females with traditional suite style dorm rooms, apartment style dorm rooms, and houses for more of a community style living.  We are committed to making the residence halls a quality living environment for all students choosing to reside on campus. Our goal, much like that of the overall University mission, is to provide a quality Christian living environment that will allow all students to thrive and reach their fullest potential. The expectation for all students living in housing and Residence Life is that they will cooperate with the Housing and Residence Life Staff and with each other in maintaining a routine of living conducive to rest, study, relaxation, reasonable social interaction, and to wholesome university life. Living in residence is a privilege, and the university reserves the right to revoke this privilege whenever the actions of a resident are not conducive to good study habits, interferes with the rights of others, or are not in keeping with the purpose of the university. If you should have any questions, please contact a member of our Housing Staff.

Property Insurance 

The university strongly recommends students insuring their personal property through their parents homeowners insurance or an individuals personal property insurance plan.  If you are looking for an insurance company for property insurance the university recommends NSSI.  NSSI provides quality coverage with low deductibles.  If you would like to inquire about this insurance go to www.nssi.com for more information.  Brochures are available through The Office of Student Services and can be located through the NSSI website

Resident of the Year 2014-2015

Each year the Resident Assistant Association chooses students that epitomize the North Greenville University ideal.  These students live in the residence halls and serve their fellow residents and the campus in a variety of ways.  The RAA votes on winners for each year.  This years winners of the award are no exception.

The 2014-2015 Female Resident of the year is Rebekah Pepper.

The 2014-2015 Male Resident of the year is Zachery Millsaps.