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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:

 

If you’re an undergraduate applicant who will enter NGU as a freshman student, then you’ll need to provide the following documents to apply:

  1. A completed undergraduate application for admission
  2. $30 application fee (non-refundable)
  3. Official high school transcript, to be mailed by your high school – This transcript should include all of your high school studies up to the present, your cumulative GPA on a 4-point scale, and your overall class rank.
  4. Official scores for the SAT or ACT, to be sent directly from the College Board or the ACT to NGU’s Admissions Office

 

Transfer Admission:

 

If you’re a college student who will transfer to NGU with at least 12 transferable college credit hours, then you’ll need to provide the following documents to apply:
  1. A completed undergraduate application for admission
  2. $30 application fee (non-refundable)
  3. Official transcripts from all colleges and universities previously attended
  4. Final official high school transcript – This transcript should include all of your high school studies, your final GPA on a 4-point scale, and your date of graduation.

 

International Applicant:

 

International Freshman Applicant – If you’re an international undergraduate applicant who will enter NGU as a freshman student, then you’ll need to provide the following documents to apply:

    • A completed undergraduate application for admission
    •  Official high school transcript, to be evaluated by World Education Services (WES) – When you file for your report through WES.org, select the “Document by Document” evaluation option.
    • Official scores for the SAT or ACT, to be sent directly from the College Board or the ACT to NGU’s Admissions Office
    • Official scores from the TOEFL iBT (Only applies to non-native English speakers)
    • Confirmation of financial resources, as well as certified documents of financial support (such as bank statements)

International Transfer Applicant – If you’re an international college student who will transfer to NGU with at least 12 transferable college credit hours, then you’ll need to provide the following documents to apply:

    • A completed undergraduate application for admission
    • Official transcripts sent directly from all learning institutions previously attended in the U.S.
    • Official transcripts from all learning institutions previously attended outside the U.S., to be evaluated by World Education Services (WES) – When you file for your report through WES.org, select the “Document by Document” evaluation option.
    • Official scores for the SAT or ACT, to be sent directly from the College Board or the ACT to NGU’s Admissions Office
    • Official scores from the TOEFL iBT, with a minimum score of 70 (Only applies to non-native English speakers)
    • Confirmation of financial resources, as well as certified documents of financial support (such as bank statements) 

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