Dr. Nathan A. Finn
Provost and Dean of the University Faculty
Nathan A. Finn (Ph.D., Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) serves as Provost and Dean of the University Faculty at North Greenville University. Prior to that time, he served as Dean of the School of Theology and Missions and Professor of Theological Studies at Union University in Jackson, TN. He also served on the faculty at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary for eight years, where he taught courses in church history.
Nathan has published numerous books and articles on topics related to Baptist history, spiritual formation, and Christian higher education. He serves as a fellow for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture at Southeastern Seminary, and the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also an ordained minister who regularly preaches and teaches in local churches. Nathan is married to Leah and is the father of four children. The Finns love shopping at independent local bookstores, rooting for the Atlanta Braves, and watching Broadway musicals.
Administrative Assistant to the Provost and Dean of the University Faculty - Tim Brashier Campus
Suzanne is a native of Raleigh, North Carolina, moving to South Carolina in 1999. She joined North Greenville University's staff in 2009, initially serving in the College of Science and Math, and September 2011 began as Administrative Assistant to the Vice President for Adult and Graduate Studies. She resides in Landrum, South Carolina with her husband of forty-two years, Terry.
Congratulations! On behalf of the Graduate Academic Services Office, I’d like to be among the first to welcome you to our community. You have made an outstanding choice in selecting North Greenville University’s T. Walter Brashier Graduate School for the next step in your education. As a student, you will find caring faculty and staff, open doors and minds, and obtain a Christ-centered education, which we pray, will be invaluable on your journey. I hope you will take advantage of all North Greenville University’s Graduate School has to offer you. The path will be rigorous, but will be worth it in the end.
Over the next few months, you will have opportunities to learn more about North Greenville University and the Graduate School. Should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact the Graduate Academic Services Office. We will happily answer any questions you have or direct you to the appropriate office or person.
Our doors are always open to you, and we look forward to playing an important role in your journey in the graduate school.
- Dr. Tawana Scott
Graduate Academic Services Staff
Dr. Tawana Scott
Associate Vice President for Adult & Graduate Academic Services
Dr. Tawana Scott earned her Ed. D. in Higher Education Leadership from Union University. She is a graduate of The University of Georgia and North Greenville University. She has served North Greenville University for 10 years, currently serving as Associate Vice President for Adult & Graduate Academic Services . She also serves in the role of adjunct teaching for the graduate school. One of her greatest passions is assisting students reach their educational goals.
Debra Lincolnhol, PMP
Adult and Graduate Academic Advisor
Debra Lincolnhol, began with NGU as a Business Analyst in the IT department working on the Jenzabar project. She now serves as the Adult and Graduate Academic Advisor at the T. Walter Brashier Campus. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Limestone College. Prior to NGU, Mrs. Lincolnhol was the VP of Database Development and Statistical Analysis in the healthcare arena with a private equity firm in Atlanta. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, and as a Master Gardener, she serves as the Co-Chair of the Roper Mountain Science Center Butterfly garden, where you can find her during most RMSC’s Second Saturday Events. She and her husband, Tim, are very involved in their church, Advent United Methodist.
The Graduate Academic Services Office seeks to enhance North Greenville University's graduate students' educational experiences by providing exceptional assistance in services necessary for a high quality and Christ-center graduate education.
The Graduate Academic Services Office Hours are:
Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday* 8:30 a.m. - 12 Noon
*During the summer Months, June and July, our office is closed on Fridays.
Please feel free to contact our office with any questions you have regarding your academic endeavors at NGU. We are here to serve you.
Dr. Tawana Scott
Assistant Vice President of Graduate Academic Services
Phone: (864) 877-1598
Adult and Graduate Academics Advisor
Phone: (864) 663-7534