Undergraduate Financial Aid

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Did You Know?

North Greenville University graduates, on average, have less student loan debt than the national average. And, we are committed to helping students invest towards earning a degree from North Greenville University that will equip them for the calling God has placed on their life. North Greenville University annually awards over thirty million dollars in financial aid, with 90% of our students receiving some assistance.

How to Apply for Financial Aid

Applying for financial aid at North Greenville University is easy. To begin, you must apply for admission and be offered acceptance to the university. The next step is to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), including North Greenville University, Federal School Code: 003441.

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NGU Academic Scholarships

New Students Attending Fall 2024 – Spring 2025
Founder’s Scholarship
  • 3.5 GPA and 1250 SAT or 27 ACT or 84 CLT
  • OR 4.7 GPA
  • Maintain 3.0 GPA
President’s Scholarship
  • 3.5 GPA and 1100 SAT or 24 ACT or 74 CLT
  • OR 3.75–4.69 GPA
  • Maintain 3.0 GPA
Dean’s Scholarship
  • 3.0–3.74 GPA
  • Maintain 2.75 GPA

*Comprised of Federal, State, and Institutional Aid. The Palmetto Fellows Scholarship and SC Tuition Grant will be applied to the cost of tuition. The NGU Fellows Scholarship will be awarded for tuition and standard room and board’s remaining cost if applicable.

NGU Transfer Scholarships

Students Attending Spring 2024, Fall 2024, and Spring 2025

A student must have 24 hours (not necessarily transferable hours) to receive the amounts listed. If they do not have the required hours, we will request their high school transcript, and each awards package will be given on a case by case basis – with consideration to both high school and college transcripts.

GPAAmount ResidentAmount Commuter
Level 1 (3.8–4.0)
Must maintain a 3.0 GPA
Level 2 (3.5–3.79)
Must maintain a 3.0 GPA
Level 3 (3.2–3.49)
Must maintain a 3.0 GPA
Level 4 (2.75–3.19)
Must maintain a 3.0 GPA

General Awarding of Financial Aid Programs at NGU

  • Institutional aid plus all outside grants and scholarships (except for student loans) may not exceed actual school charges for tuition, room, board, fees and books.
  • The costs for university trips are the responsibility of the student.
  • Rent for university apartments, car registration fees, fines and supplies are not included.
  • The Financial Planning Office shall adjust a student’s financial aid as needed to implement this policy.
  • Students who receive sufficient grants and scholarships that cover the cost of education will not receive a refund unless all of the grants and scholarships are non-institutional funds and approved by the granting agencies.
  • For clarification, contact the Financial Aid Office

General Disclosures

  • A student must file a free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to receive any federal aid.
  • Federal workstudy will be paid once a month. All other federal aid shall be disbursed once a semester.


Contact Us

Email: finaid@ngu.edu
Phone: 864.977.7056
Fax: 864.977.7342



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