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.
North Greenville University Announces New Vice President for Student Services
Russiaky will oversee NGUcentral, a newly created one-stop service center.
Students Take On Ambitious Project With ‘Songs for a New World’
Tickets available to purchase online or at the Theatre Box Office. Show times are Feb. 14-16 & Feb. 21-23 at 7:30pm.
NGU to host Faith at Work Business Symposium
Experience Success, God's Way
NGU Ranks Among Best Christian College Athletic Programs
NGU ranked 21 in "Top 50" ranking
Rep. Burns To Bring December Commencement Address
Rep. Mike Burns from SC House District 17 will address the December graduates on Dec. 8.
NGU Ranks in Top 10 Best Online Education Studies Degrees for 2017
Education studies graduates take jobs that vary from lobbyists and research analysts to daycare administrators.
"Every voice was singing the same praise to the same God," says Yeater.
Alumnus Ross Deployed to Serve Patients From Caribbean
SC State Guard CAP/MAJ(P) Jason Ross ('98, M.B.A. '08) deployed to Columbia, SC, to assist critical Puerto Rican patients as a result of the devastation from Hurricane Maria.