Undergraduate Admission FAQs

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We are excited to have you join us here at NGU! We have a rolling admissions process. This means students may register until the first day of class.

Student to Faculty Ratio
54% | 46%
Female to Male Percentage
Parking fee. Yes, freshman are allowed to have cars on campus!

Admission FAQs

  • What is NGU’s acceptance criteria?

    We like to see a 3.0 GPA (weighted) and a 20 ACT or 1,000 SAT for incoming freshmen. However, we will take your entire application file into consideration as we make our final decision.

  • Are Freshmen required to live on campus?

    In most cases, all students are required to live on campus unless they are commuting from a parent or guardian’s home in the local area. Call the Campus Ministries and Student Engagement with any questions at 864.977.7121.

  • What are the dining options on campus?

    Our dining options include the Todd Dining Hall and Chick-Fil-A.

  • Is each student required to have a computer on campus?

    Students are not required to have their own computers. We offer several computer labs on campus equipped with computers, printers, and copy machines. Please contact IT Services if you have any questions at 864.977.7272.

  • What are cultural events?

    Cultural events are special events held on campus which showcase the different departments within the College of Fine Arts. Students are required to attend three cultural events per semester. View all of the events for this semester if you are interested in finding out more information.

  • How does NGU decide how AP exam scores translate into college credit?

    Discover how your performance on AP exams can directly translate into valuable college credit with our comprehensive guide.

  • What should I know about chapel at NGU?

    Chapel is held on Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. in Turner Chapel. We also offer occasional evening services at different times throughout the semester. The worship is typically led by students, and the speakers come from all around the world.

    Chapel is a zero credit course that is graded on a pass/fail system. Students take chapel every semester they are enrolled at NGU, up to seven times. Students are required to attend 18 chapel services each semester in order to pass the course.

  • Is there a curfew at NGU?

    NGU does not have a curfew; however, our campus front gate and main buildings close at 12:00 a.m. on weekdays and 1:00 a.m. on weekends. We have a no-loitering policy after these hours. If students are coming or going, we ask that they have their NGU Student IDs with them. Our Campus Security Officers may ask to check their IDs in order to ensure that those entering campus are permitted to be here. This is a successful security measure we take to make sure that our students are safe.

  • How does NGU decide how CLEP scores will translate into college credit?

    NGU determines how CLEP scores translate into college credit based on specific credit equivalency guidelines. For detailed information, visit our College Level Examination Program page.

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