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These are the steps for applying online to NGU if you have already earned your high school diploma or GED and will enter NGU as an undergraduate student who takes classes on campus to complete a bachelor’s degree.

If you’re an undergraduate applicant who will enter NGU as a freshman student, then you’ll need to provide the following documents to apply:

  1. A completed undergraduate application for admission
  2. $30 application fee (non-refundable)
  3. Official high school transcript
  4. Official scores for the SAT or ACT

If you are or have been a college student transferring to NGU, then you will need to provide the following documents to apply:

  1. A completed undergraduate application for admission
  2. $30 application fee (non-refundable)
  3. Official transcripts from all colleges and universities previously attended
  4. Final official high school transcript

International Applicant

 

International Freshman Applicant

If you’re an international undergraduate applicant who will enter NGU as a freshman student, then you’ll need to provide the following documents to apply:

  1. A completed undergraduate application for admission
  2. Official high school transcript, to be evaluated by World Education Services (WES) or Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) – When you request an evaluation through WES.org, or ECE.org select the “Document by Document” evaluation option.
  3. Official scores for the SAT or ACT, to be sent directly from the College Board or the ACT website to NGU’s Admissions Office.
  4. Official scores from the TOEFL iBT, with a minimum score of 70 (Only applies to non-native English speakers)

International Transfer Applicant

If you’re an international college student who will transfer to NGU with at least 12 transferable college credit hours, then you’ll need to provide the following documents to apply:

  1. A completed undergraduate application for admission
  2. Official transcripts sent directly from all learning institutions previously attended in the U.S.
  3. Official transcripts from all learning institutions previously attended outside the U.S., to be evaluated by World Education Services (WES) – When you request an evaluation through WES.org or ECE.org, select the “Course by Course” evaluation option.
  4. Official scores for the SAT or ACT, to be sent directly from the College Board or the ACT website to NGU’s Admissions Office.
  5. Official scores from the TOEFL iBT, with a minimum score of 70 (Only applies to non-native English speakers)
Note for All International Applicants: Once we receive your official documents listed above, NGU’s Admissions Office will review your application and notify you of an acceptance decision. An I-20 will then be prepared for students who have been accepted to attend NGU. The I-20 will be mailed within a 60-day window of your first day of class at NGU. Once you have received your I-20, then you can pay the $200 Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) processing fee online and get your receipt. This is important because you must have this receipt with you for your interview with the embassy consulate.

 

Resources

 

If you’re a high school junior or senior who is at least 16 years of age and has maintained a 3.0 GPA or higher, then you are eligible to enroll in NGU’s Dual Enrollment Program.

Learn more about Dual Enrollment.

Non-Degree Seeking

 

An applicant who wishes to enroll in only a few classes for personal satisfaction, but who does not wish to pursue a degree, may be admitted as a special student. An application and application fee are required. No financial aid will be awarded. Special students are limited to six hours of coursework each semester up to a cumulative total of 18 hours, unless granted an exception by the Registrar.

In order to go beyond 18 hours, a special student must be fully admitted (have transcripts sent to North Greenville University and take any required entrance tests). Upon full acceptance into a degree program, the student may request that all coursework taken as a special student be applied to degree requirements. The student must complete the Request for Previous Courses to be Applied to Degree form, available in the office of the Registrar. Submit the completed form to the Registrar.

 

Transient

 

Students who are enrolled in another college or university who wish to take a limited number of courses at North Greenville University may do so as transient students. 

To enroll in NGU classes, the transient student must complete a North Greenville University application, pay the application fee, and present a transient student letter. The transient student letter must list the courses to be taken at NGU, and an appropriate official at the transient student's home institution must sign it.

No institutional financial aid is awarded to transient students.

If you have further questions about the undergraduate application process or admission requirements at NGU, then our Admissions staff is ready and willing to help:

Undergraduate Admissions

(864) 977-7001

1-800-468-6642 (toll free)

admissions@ngu.edu

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