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If you’re ready to join the NGU family, then you’ve come to the right place! This page of our website outlines the steps for applying online to NGU’s online undergraduate programs, and it’s divided into sections based on your past education.

This webpage also provides links to additional resources with more information about the application process at NGU.

Before you continue, please make sure you have your relevant personal information and academic materials on hand. This will ensure a simpler, smoother NGU application process for you.

These are the steps for applying to Adult and Online Undergraduate if you are 22 years of age or older, have already earned your high school diploma or GED, and will enter NGU as an undergraduate student who takes classes online through Adult and Online Undergraduate to complete a bachelor’s degree.

 

Freshman Online Applicant

 

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

  1. A completed Adult and Online Undergraduate application for admission
  2. $30 application fee (non-refundable)
  3. Official high school transcript, to be provided by your high school – This transcript should include all of your high school studies up to the present, your GPA on a 4-point scale, and your overall class rank.
Send by email:
email at: Transcripts@ngu.edu

 

Send by mail:
North Greenville University Tigerville Campus
Po Box 1892
Tigerville, SC 29688

 

Transfer Online Applicant

 

If you’re a current college student who will transfer to NGU with any college credits, then you’ll need to provide the following documents to apply:

  1. A completed Adult and Online Undergraduate application for admission
  2. $30 application fee (non-refundable)
  3. Official high school transcript and official transcripts from all colleges and universities previously attended, to be provided by the institution 
Send by email:
email at: Transcripts@ngu.edu

 

Send by mail:
North Greenville University Tigerville Campus
Po Box 1892
Tigerville, SC 29688 
or email at: Transcripts@ngu.edu

Note: You can find instructions for requesting transcripts digitally by visiting your previous school’s website and searching the site for “transcript request.” Contacting the high school’s records office or college’s registrar by telephone is also an option, but your transcripts may take longer to process.
 

The following pages on our website provide additional information about applying to NGU:


Meet the Admissions Staff 

 

Maria A. Kithcart

Director of Adult and Graduate Admissions

Ph: (864) 663-7522

Toll: 1-844-333-4566

maria.kithcart@ngu.edu

Maria is a seasoned professional with nearly 20 years of experience in the field of higher education administration, including financial aid, admissions, community relations and marketing, training, teaching, faculty development, and curriculum writing.

Her educational background includes undergraduate degree work in music education as well as graduate work in Christian ministry, management, marketing, and leadership. In addition to working full-time and completing doctoral courses of study, Maria also serves bi-vocationally as a church musician and choir director. She and family reside in Greenville, SC.

 

Randy Blackerby

Adult and Online Undergraduate Admissions Counselor

Ph: (864) 663-7515

Toll: 1-844-333-4566

randy.blackerby@ngu.edu

A Greenville-area native, Randy has worked in such diverse fields as student services, academic advisor, municipal zoning administrator and insurance services specialist. He enjoys surf fishing, historical research, and classic film. He currently attends Grace Church. Randy enjoys helping prospective students find their path to academic success!

 

Michael Kelly

Regional Admissions Counselor for Adult and Graduate Admissions

Ph: (864) 260-6197

Toll: 1-844-333-4566

michael.kelly@ngu.edu

Michael A. Kelly serves as the Regional Admissions Counselor for the Department of Adult and Graduate Admissions. Michael earned his Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies from Brewton Parker College, a Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry from Erskine Theological Seminary. Prior to his admission duties at NGU, Michael served in the United States Army with a total of 35 years of services. In his spare time, Michael enjoys repairing antique clocks and painting.

Kristyn Cooke

Admissions Enrollment Coordinator

Ph: (864) 663-7052

Toll: 1-844-333-4566

kristyn.cooke@ngu.edu

Kristyn earned her BA and M.ED from North Greenville University and loves serving with the Admissions Team. She enjoys interacting with students and feels blessed to be apart of an institution that has meant so much to her. She resides in Travelers Rest with her husband, Ryan, and son, Jennings.  

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