Currently, North Greenville houses 1500 students on campus. Our housing staff consists of professional and student staff. Our student staff consists of Resident Coordinators and Resident Assistants who are committed to serving the needs of our resident students. Our Housing Coordinators not only assign student housing but also they serve as mentors, counselors, and friends. Our staff works closely with our maintenance staff to help maintain and address maintenance requests for our students. Our housing staff is also committed to providing a series of seminars and events that benefit the student personally, spiritually and socially.
NGU Residence Life seeks to provide a distinctive way to learn in an environment that is designed to prepare students to serve, lead, and engage while giving the student an opportunity to build life-changing relationships. The resident halls are communities designed to serve one another, lead in relationships that are pleasing to God, and engage in fellowship with one another.
Student Experience Outcomes
Students involved in Residence Life will . . .
1. Experience an overall satisfaction with their residential facilities.
2. Develop conflict resolution and social skills which will allow them to live cooperatively with others.
3. Encounter students from many different cultures and backgrounds and will be able to value their differences in a Christ-centered environment.
4. Experience the service and leadership of Resident Assistants and Resident Coordinators.
Lorry has served North Greenville University since 1998. She is responsible for the overseeing of over 700 ladies within North Greenville's Housing Department. Ms Green has several assistant coordinators under her direction, which help her provide a Christian environment in a residential setting. She provides supervision and training for more than 34 female resident assistants. Ms Green is involved in every aspect of the student's life in her care.
Lorry Green attended Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and received her Master's degree in Christian Education. She attended Baptist College of Charleston and received her Bachelor's degree in Science. Ms Green also attended North Greenville College were she received her Associate's degree in General Studies. After graduating from Seminary, she worked for the Georgia Baptist Children's Home and Family Ministries. In 1998, Ms Green moved back to South Carolina and started working for North Greenville University. Lorry is married to Daniel Green. They have one daughter, Mary Ann Green.
Dillon Key – Residence Life Coordinator for Men
Dillon Key is the Men's Residence Life Coordinator at North Greenville University. Dillon is originally from Spartanburg, SC where he grew up. He has a Bachelor’s degree in History from North Greenville University in Tigerville, SC. After graduation, Dillon worked at North Greenville University as the Coordinator for Intramural Sports from 2010 until 2014. In 2014 he started his current position in the department of Housing and Residence Life. Dillon currently lives in Tigerville, SC with his wife Kim and his son Josiah. He is very excited about his position with the University and is looking forward to continuing to serve this campus for many years to come.
The Resident Assistant Association (RAA) exists to serve resident students at North Greenville University. Resident Assistants (RAs) and Resident Coordinators (RCs) live and serve in the residence halls with their peers. They are available to any resident student who may need help adjusting to the university lifestyle, finding where to go on campus, or even those who may just need someone to talk to.
To Submit a Maintenance request please contact your RA and they will submit a ticket for you.
After hours emergencies can be submitted through Campus Security (864) 977 - 7777.