Meet our Tour Guides


  

Becklin, Class of 2017

Hometown: Spartanburg, SC

Majoring in Early Childhood Education

Why she loves NGU:  NGU is a Christ-centered institution with a great atmosphere.  Everyone is family here.


 

Regan, Class of 2016

Hometown: Ware Shoals, SC

Majoring in Christian Studies

Why he loves NGU:  The atmosphere of NGU is worth it all. The people are amazing.  It is so encouraging to see a student body who all have the same goal - lifting Jesus on high!


 

Kristin, Class of 2016

Hometown: Laurens, SC

Majoring in Business/Marketing

Why she loves NGU:  I love the atmosphere.  The campus revolves around Christ and the student body is like family.  This place is unforgettable!


 

Kacey, Class of 2017

Hometown: Indian Land, SC

Majoring in Christian Studies

Why he loves NGU: It's beautiful!  The people here are amazing!  God is doing amazing things here on campus!


 

Jené, Class of 2017

Hometown: Greer, SC

Majoring in Early Childhood Education

Why she loves NGU:  NGU is a beautiful campus with teachers who have a strong love for the Lord and a genuine interest in their students!


 

Natalie, Class of 2015

Hometown: Gastonia, NC

Majoring in Biology with Spanish and Psychology minors

Why she loves NGU:  NGU is like a family, a family bonded together through Christ.


 

Frank, Class of 2016

Hometown: Simpsonville, SC

Majoring in Youth Ministry with a minor in Business Administration

Why he loves NGU:  The student body is awesome!  Making friends and hanging out with people is so easy.


 

Edgar, Class of 2016

Hometown:  Spartanburg, SC

Majoring in Health Promotions & Wellness with Biology and Spanish minors

Why he loves NGU: It is truly a Christ centered institution, this can be seen through the lives of the students and professors.


 

Ben, Class of 2014

Hometown: Greenville, SC

Majoring in Secondary Education

Why he loves NGU:  I love NGU because of the people that make up this school.  Everyone is so Christ filled and concerned with living lives that represent Him.  It shows in everyday life and interactions here on campus.