Meet Keli Sewell


Keli Sewell, Vice President for Enrollment Services

We are so excited you are interested in North Greenville University and what we have to offer here! Since 1993, I have had the privilege of working in Admissions and sharing NGU with students just like you. I have the opportunity to expose students to the hospitality and love that I enjoy every day. It is exciting for me to get to meet students as they look at us for the first time. As an alumnus of NGU, I consider it an honor to help guide students and their families to a place like NGU; a place “where Christ makes the difference.” We offer something unique here that is hard to find anywhere else; we are a family.

Making the decision to attend college can be very stressful and time consuming, but we want you to have a great experience with NGU. We have an amazing Admissions Team that is ready to help you distinguish yourself here at North Greenville University. From calling our office to stepping on campus as a new student, my staff will assist you every step of the way. We feel that working with prospective students is not just a job, but a ministry. Take this opportunity to Meet the Admissions Staff!

As you take a look at us, also consider visiting our campus. That is the best way to experience our uniqueness for yourself.  During your visit, we want to introduce you to our faculty, staff and students. These are the people that truly make NGU so great! We have several ways to visit campus: NGU Open House, Sneak Previews,Distinguished Fridays, and private visits.  Any of these visit opportunities give you a glimpse into the NGU family and help you decide if this will be your home for the next four years.

I want to thank you for taking a little time out of your day to take a look at us. This is a great place with wonderful people and we want you to take that next step and experience it firsthand. Contact our office at 864.977.7001 to take a closer look. We can’t wait to meet you soon! 


Keli V. Sewell

Vice President for Enrollment Services