Vice President for Enrollment Services
We are so excited you are interested in North Greenville University and what we have to offer here! Since 1993, I have had the privilege of working in Admissions and sharing NGU with students just like you. I have the opportunity to expose students to the hospitality and love that I enjoy every day. It is exciting for me to get to meet students as they look at us for the first time. As an alumnus of NGU, I consider it an honor to help guide students and their families to a place like NGU; a place where "Christ Makes the Difference." We offer something unique here that is hard to find anywhere else; we are a family.
Making the decision to attend college can be very stressful and time consuming, but we want you to have a great experience with NGU. We have an amazing Admissions team that is ready to help you distinguish yourself here at North Greenville University. From calling our office to stepping on campus as a new student, my staff will assist you every step of the way. We feel that working with prospective students is not just a job, but a ministry. Take this opportunity to meet the Admissions Staff below!
As you take a look at us, also consider visiting our campus. That is the best way to experience our uniqueness for yourself. During your visit, we want to introduce you to our faculty, staff and students. These are the people that truly make NGU so great! We have several ways to visit campus: NGU Open House, Overnight at NGU, Distinguished Fridays, and private visits. Any of these visit opportunities give you a glimpse into the NGU family and help you decide if this will be your home for the next four years.
I want to thank you for taking a little time out of your day to take a look at us. This is a great place with wonderful people, and we want you to take that next step and experience it firsthand. Contact our office at (864) 977-7001 to take a closer look. We can't wait to meet you soon!
Keli V. Sewell
Assistant to VP of Enrollment Management
Rachel has worked at NGU since 2007. She graduated from NGU in 2014 with an interdisciplinary degree in Psychology and Christian Studies, followed by an MA in Human Services Counseling from Liberty University in 2015. Rachel became a part of the Admissions Staff in 2017 and is excited to be a part of the Team. Rachel is a minister and teacher at Todayís Antioch Fellowship in Greenville.
Director of Admissions
Andy met the love of his life, Regina, on the first day of freshman orientation at North Greenville in 1982. Andy and Regina both sang in Joyful Sound while they were in school at North Greenville. They were later married and now have two children, Elizabeth and David. Andy started working at NGU in 1992. When Andy is not serving NGU, he can be found serving God as the Minister of Music/Worship Leader at Bethel Baptist Church in Greenville, SC.
Email Andy or call him at (864) 977-7053.
Katie Lynn Marshall
Associate Director of Admissions / Event Coordinator / International Counselor
Katie Lynn graduated from NGU in 2009 with a Marketing degree. She works with our high school graduates and international students. Katie Lynn loved her time as a student at NGU and enjoys sharing her experience with students as they make decisions about college. For a listing of Katie Lynn's territories.
Email Katie Lynn or call her at (864) 663-0187 ext. 1187.
Cory graduated from NGU in 2008 with an interdisciplinary degree in History and English. He now enjoys the opportunity in helping students make their decisions to attend NGU. You can hear Cory Truax on various radio talk shows in the Upstate. For a listing of Cory's territories.
Email Cory or call him at (864) 977-7159.
Senior Admissions CounselorElizabeth graduated from NGU in 2015 with a BS in Psychology. She sang in Joyful Sound during her four years here and served as the Women's Ministry liaison between NGU and the South Carolina Baptist Convention during her senior year. Elizabeth considers it a joy to work here and give back to the institution that invested so much into her and helped her to grow and flourish in her calling for ministry. For a listing of Elizabeth's territories.
Email Elizabeth or call her at (864) 977-7054.
Conner graduated from NGU in 2017 with a degree in Business Administration. He enjoys pursuing God's creation through hiking, traveling, and experiencing community in the outdoors. He is passionate about equipping young people, developing leaders, and helping students in their decisions to pursue academic excellence. View Conner's territories.
Email Conner or call him at (864) 895-1672.
Sam graduated from NGU in 2015 with a B.S. in Sport Management. Samís passions are athletics, fitness and telling others about North Greenville. He loves being able to work at an institution that allows him to share his faith and make an impact on students lives. View Sam's territories.
Email Samuel or call him at (864) 977-7175.
Enrollment Data Analyst
Michelle has worked at NGU since 2001. She enjoys working at NGU because she loves being able to worship her Lord through her work. Michelle loves working in the Office of Admissions because this is where she feels the Lord has called her to serve and minister.
For questions about the admissions process or reactivating an application, email Michelle or call her at (864) 977-7050.
Guest Relations & Campus Ambassador Advisor / Work Study Coordinator
Joan enjoys working at NGU because she knows that Christ is the center of everything. She is thankful for the freedom of sharing her faith in Christ with everyone on campus. Joan loves that the faculty, staff, and students are all one big family!
Admissions Operations Team Manager / Assistant Campus Ambassador Advisor
Lauren graduated from NGU in 2014 with a BA in Broadcast Media. She quickly felt God calling her back to her alma mater. She is grateful to be a part of the NGU family.
Email Lauren or call her at (864) 663-0188 ext. 1188.
Campus Visit Coordinator / Dual Enrollment Counselor
Kristyn is a 2013 graduate of NGU with a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies. She enjoys interacting with students and feel so blessed to be a part of the Admissions Team.
Application Specialist / Assistant Event CoordinatorEmilee graduated from NGU in 2013 with a BS in Psychology and from Luther Rice University in 2016 with a MA in Christian Studies. She enjoys having the opportunity to be a part of the Admissions Team at NGU.
Hometown: Powdersville, S.C.
Class of 2021
Double Major (Business Administration & Christian Studies)
Why I love NGU: I love North Greenville because of the Christian worldview that is given through teacher instruction as well as through everyday activities. On top of that, I also love the ability to have personal relationships with my professors. As someone who feels led into the ministry, being able to know my professors on a personal level allows me to learn more from them than just what they teach within the classroom that can be applied to the ministries that I will serve in while attending North Greenville as well as after I graduate and begin seminary.
Hometown: Mooresboro, N.C.
Class of 2021
Why I Love NGU: I love NGU because it is a place of growth. Itís more than an education. Itís an atmosphere that allows you to be in wonderful community and a safe environment. The time I have spent here at NGU has already been some of the best and growth-filled months of my life. I have been poured into in so many different ways and I love that this is where the Lord placed me for such a time as this! NGU cares and I am so blessed with this wonderful school. It is a true honor to be able to serve and grow alongside all of these beautiful people.
Hometown: Powdersville, SC
Class of 2020
Business AdministrationWhy I love NGU: I am blessed to be at a school where Christ is the focus. I love the Christian atmosphere that creates our family here on campus, and since there are many ways to get involved, I have been able to get to know many others around me. I also enjoy our location! Being up in the mountains is like another home for me, and it is peaceful being away from the bustling city, yet in perfect range of town. Most importantly, I truly appreciate how much our faculty and stuff care about us. Mark 10:45 displays a perfect example of a servants attitude, and I believe they follow it with hearts eager to serve.
Hometown: Holly Hill, FL
Class of 2018
Business AdministrationWhy I love NGU: North Greenville University has been a home to me since the first day that I visited. I knew that the people were different and were like-minded in focusing on bettering God's kingdom. Since I started here in the Fall of 2016, God has used NGU to shape my perspectives in life and help me enhance my relationships with Him and others. I have made some of the best friends of my life at NGU and the professors and staff have been a phenomenal support. I did not realize the impact that NGU would have on me, but now that I am here I cannot imagine obtaining my degree anywhere else.
Hometown: Charlotte, N.C.
Class of 2021
Elementary/Early Childhood Education
Why I Love NGU: I love NGU because of the Christian atmosphere and the community within. No matter where you are on campus you can feel the presence of the Lord. From the cafeteria, to the classrooms, to the chapels. I enjoy being apart of a community where the staff treats me as if I am their very own. I couldnít imagine being anywhere else.
Hometown: Daniel Island, S.C.
Class of 2021
Why I Love NGU: Since arriving on campus, I have been reached by professors, other students and the Chapel services in ways I didnít think possible. Coming to NGU was one of the best decisions I have made. The friendships I have built between students and professors is incredible! North Greenville University keeps Christ in the center of all things, in and out of the classroom as well as on and off the playing field. I am proud to call this gorgeous campus my second home.
Hometown: Greenwood, S.C.
Class of 2021
Christian StudiesWhy I Love NGU: I love NGU because of the people. This campus is on fire for Christ and the community found here has been essential for my academic and spiritual growth. As a freshman, it was easy for me to get plugged in on campus and in the local community. The friendships and relationships that I have been blessed with here will last a lifetime. I am grateful to call NGU home.