Summer School

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Summer Registration

Tigerville Campus

Summer registration is now open. NGU will offer a 12-week session May 13–Aug 2, an eight-week session May 13–July 7, and a five-week session from June 24–July 26.

Summer course offerings may be accessed in myNGU for currently enrolled students. Newly accepted or transient students may contact the Office of Academic Records to register.

Traditional undergraduate students can enroll in up to ten hours, except for students enrolled in internships. Students in the Honors Program may exceed the maximum load limit with approval from the Director of the Honors Program or the Office of Academic Administration. 

Greer Campus

Summer course registration is now open for new and returning students for the NGU Online, master’s level, and certificate programs. Courses are being offered in an 8-week Summer term from May 13 – July 7. Summer course offerings can be accessed via your myNGU. Contact academic records with questions or to register.

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Interested in Re-Enrolling at NGU or Taking Classes as a Transient Student?

If you’re not currently taking classes at North Greenville, we encourage you to apply to take Summer classes with us. If you started your academic career at NGU and have a desire to finish your degree, apply as a readmitted student. You can also apply as a transient student if you’re currently enrolled at another university.

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Summer Costs

2024-2025 Tuition and Fees

Summer Housing per Week: $125

Must be enrolled in a minimum of 1 course to qualify.  Contact Residence Life for further information.

Students who wish to purchase meals during the summer terms can sign up for the commuter meal plan directly through Aramark. Meal plan options may be viewed and purchased on our website.

Need books for Summer term?

As an NGU student, you already have a Slingshot account. After you register for summer classes, simply login to the portal using your myNGU credentials, to view your required course materials. The cost is $40 per credit hour. Textbooks and course materials will be shipped directly to your home address. Make sure the address appearing on the Slingshot portal is the correct address you want your items delivered.

Summer Financial Aid

  • Federal Financial Aid

    Limited financial aid is available in the summer term. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours to qualify.

    Summer Pell eligibility is available for those that qualify. A student may also utilize any remaining Direct Student Loan eligibility not used during the 2023-2024 school year.

    If a student does not have any remaining Direct Loan or Pell eligibility, or if their remaining eligibility does not cover their summer costs, we then recommend considering a Parent PLUS loan.

    Parent PLUS Loan

  • State Financial Aid

    Qualified residents of South Carolina who met their LIFE, HOPE, or Palmetto Fellows renewal requirements as of the end of the Spring 2023 semester may qualify for a summer disbursement of LIFE or Palmetto Fellows.

Please contact regarding potential aid eligibility for any of the programs listed above.

Payment Policy

Summer courses will bill at the beginning of the summer term. All students are expected to make payment in full for their semester bill or make the first payment on a monthly payment plan prior to the summer term, May 13.

To view billing information, log in to myNGU and select the Students tab.

Payment Options

Online payments may be made on myNGU. We offer a 3-month payment plan during the summer. Contact for more information about the monthly payment plan.

Payments by check may be mailed to NGU or dropped off at the Student Accounts office:

(Payable to North Greenville University)

North Greenville University
Attn: Student Accounts
P.O. Box 1892
Tigerville, SC 29688

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If you have questions about which summer classes you could take for your specific degree program, contact your academic advisor.

Any general questions about the summer term, contact NGUcentral at

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