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Through your generosity, North Greenville University provides critical financial aid to hundreds of deserving students who desire to attend NGU, but lack the appropriate financial resources. Many of these students are the first members of their family to attend college. On behalf of these students, we say thank you for your support.

Our institution is blessed by those who give faithfully each year toward scholarships, special programs, and facilities. Christian universities are tasked with providing an excellent education, an environment that fosters spiritual growth, and a campus that is safe, comfortable, and current with technology.

Every gift to NGU is a gift toward the Kingdom. Large or small, your donation to the university is a partnership with us to train this next generation for excellence and influence.


Selected project highlights:


Couple Makes $1 Million Gift to NGUís Graduate School

Program to provide scholarships for students pursuing master's degrees in business, education, and ministry.

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$10,000 Gift Provides Technology Updates for College of Education

A recent gift from a longtime donor family has provided updated technology for NGUís aspiring teachers.  

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Jim Roark Donation Expands NGU's Resources for Southern History

North Greenville University recently received its largest Southern history book donation to date, totaling more than 1,500 titles.

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McDonald Field Dedicated

NGUís new softball field was dedicated in a ceremony before a softball double-header on Saturday, April 23.

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Dick Brooks Honda Establishes Legacy of Giving to NGU

Dick Brooks Honda of Greer is setting a standard of how to run a successful business that gives back to the community, including to North Greenville University.

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Baptist Foundation Grant to Prepare Students for Cross-Cultural Ministry

The Baptist Foundation of South Carolina has awarded a $10,000 grant to North Greenville University in support of its Intercultural Studies degree program.

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