International Admissions | Apply

    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 – apply-to-ngu.php

    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 - apply-to-ngu.php

    Fall semester acceptance deadline- May 15th

    Spring semester acceptance deadline- May 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