Join The Crusader Club Today!
At North Greenville University, faith and academics are top priorities. However, we also offer competitive, NCAA Division II athletics.
Our student-athletes can utilize their God-given athletic abilities in a caring, supportive environment where academic excellence and Christian services are encouraged and celebrated. Everything we do on and off the playing field is designed to build Champions for Christ. We develop young men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills essential to make an impact in our world.
Now is a great time to make a difference at North Greenville University.
How can you help? It's simple - by becoming a member of the Crusader Club or renewing your annual membership.
Members receive the satisfaction of knowing that you are providing life-changing scholarships to deserving student-athletes and helping our athletic teams excel on and off the playing field or court.
Click here for more information on how to become a Crusader Club member, purchase football season tickets, and for sponsorship opportunities.
Alumnus Named Quarterfinalist For Music Educator Award
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Army ROTC Office Opens on NGU Campus
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Jeremiah Returns to NGU
Famed preacher, teacher, author to speak at CMSF dinner on February 18th.
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NGU to Host Second Annual Faith At Work Business Symposium
Local Christian business professionals share how they integrate Christ-centered values in business.
Sepko to Speak at December Commencement
NGU announced that long-time NGU professor, Dr. Cathy Sepko, has been named the keynote speaker for December Commencement.
NGU Voice Students Advance to Regional Competition
Fourteen singers received scores to advance to compete next spring.