DistiNGUished Preview Day

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Putting Out the Welcome Mat for You!

DistiNGUished Preview Day at North Greenville University is a great way for future Crusaders to meet the NGU family, explore our Tigerville campus, and get a better feel for who we are — so you can be more confident about your college decision.

DistiNGUished Preview Day is an event that typically lasts around 5 hours. Each DistiNGUished Preview Day includes a campus tour, a free meal in our dining hall, and a showcase of academics and organizations!

Here’s a list of everything you’ll get to do as our guest at DistiNGUished Preview Day:

  • Tour campus
  • Visit residence halls
  • Explore academic buildings
  • Meet and get to know professors

  • Discover majors offered at NGU
  • Talk with NGU Admissions counselors
  • Meet current students
  • Learn more about your next steps in the application process

If you’re thinking NGU’s a good fit for you, then come on out for DistiNGUished Preview Day!

Example Schedule


Learn more about who we are, financial aid, and enter our scholarship giveaway!

Academic Interest Sessions (various locations)
Learn about your degree program and meet our professors!

Lunch (Todd Dining Hall)

Campus Tour
See our beautiful campus and hear from some of NGU’s faculty and staff along the way!

Grab your free gift before hitting the road!

Event Dates

At NGU, we generally offer several Distinguished Preview Day each school year. We hope to see you at our next event:

  • Friday, February 16, 2024
  • Saturday, March 23, 2024
  • Friday, April 19, 2024

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact Us

If you have more questions about visiting North Greenville University, our Admissions staff is ready and willing to help. Contact us today:

Undergraduate Admissions
1.800.468.6642 (toll-free)

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