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Needs Met with Innovation

As a Christ-centered university, we at NGU believe in giving back to our community. We work to identify needs and issues in our community that we can meet through our many resources in education, training, and community service. 

Our faculty, staff, and students are passionate about sharing our knowledge and service to show Christ’s love to those in need in our community. 

If you or your organization would also like to meet the needs of our community, then we offer several partnership opportunities such as sponsoring workshops, providing scholarships, and even working together on service projects.

Partner With Us

Current Needs

Hispanic Bible Institute

NGU is excited to partner with the Hispanic Bible Institute of the Upstate of South Carolina. Our goal is to develop and equip Hispanic leadership for the evangelical community of South Carolina.

The institute offers a Certificate in Biblical Studies and a Certificate in Christian Ministries. taught by Hispanic professors in Spanish.

As an NGU partner, you can contribute to scholarships for Hispanic church leaders to attend these classes.

Give Now


Our veterans and their families have sacrificed to serve our country and preserve our freedoms.  It is our honor at NGU to assist these heroes as they transition back into civilian life. We offer workshops and professional development for our veterans. 

You can join us in assisting our veterans by sponsoring a workshop or contributing to scholarships for professional development.


If you would like to learn more about leadership and professional development programs at NGU, we are ready and willing to help. Contact us today: 864.977.7256

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