Developing Faithful Educators.

College of Education

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Are you eager to shape young minds and make a difference in the world through education?

North Greenville University’s College of Education is dedicated to empowering aspiring educators like you to achieve your dreams.

Imagine a place where your passion for teaching is nurtured and supported. Our college prepares you for a rewarding career in education, inspiring and transforming the lives of your future students.

With experienced educators as mentors, you’ll gain valuable hands-on experiences from day one. Real-world exposure to classrooms and educational settings will prepare you for a successful career.

We embrace innovative teaching methods and technologies, equipping you with the skills to tackle modern education challenges and create engaging learning environments.

Choose from a range of programs in early childhood education and high school teaching, based on your interests and aspirations.

Start your journey towards becoming an influential educator at North Greenville University’s College of Education.

Discover the opportunity to earn your teaching degree at North Greenville University through TeachSC, a platform offering complimentary assistance to aspiring educators. Enroll to enjoy valuable benefits, including reimbursement of up to $100 for application-related costs towards our program and the possibility to win a $1,000 scholarship.

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Education Beside Experienced & Faithful Teachers

Constance Wright, EdD
Dean, College of Education
Nancy Caukin, EdD
Associate Dean, College of Education
V. Shelley Dugle, EdD
Professor, Education
Ann Aust, EdD
Master’s Program Director, Education
Ellen Cashion, MEd
Certificate Program Coordinator, Teacher Certification
Melissa Cruver, EdD
Department Chair, Early Childhood and Elementary Education
Kristy Hammett, EdD
Associate Professor, Education
Andrew S. Hodges, MEd
Program Director, Secondary Education
W. LaVelle McCray, MEd
Instructor, Education
Sarah McKinney, MEd
Instructor, Education
Linda O. Parker, EdD
Assistant Professor, Education
Lori Vinson, EdD
Online Program Director, Educational Studies
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