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Whether you are a traditional undergraduate or graduate student or taking courses online, the NGUcentral staff can help you manage the business of being a student at North Greenville University. NGUcentral associates are available to assist with questions related to Financial Aid, Student Accounts and Academic Records.

NGUcentral is a helpful resource for students at any point in the semester when needing to take care of things like making a payment on their student account, inquiring about remaining financial aid steps, and/or seeking assistance with your academic progress. We look forward to assisting you!

Areas of NGU Student Services

The Office of Academic Records maintains integrity, accuracy, and stewardship of the academic record. The Office is responsible for managing and implementing effective policies and practices regarding registration, academic progress, transcript services and graduation from NGU. Additional areas of service include academic calendars, catalogs and bulletins, transfer credits and Veteran’s services.

Each year North Greenville University’s Office of Financial Aid awards over thirty million dollars in financial aid with 90% of our students receiving some type of assistance. Disbursing federal, state and institutional aid, reviewing special circumstances and appeals, FAFSA verification, and monitoring satisfactory academic progress are some of the key responsibilities of their Office.

Applying for financial aid at North Greenville University is easy. To begin, you must apply for admission and be offered acceptance to the university. The next step is to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) including North Greenville University, Federal School Code: 003441.

The Office of Student Accounts provides a number of services to students including processing payments, delivery of student refunds, providing student tax information and student account statements. Our payment policies and schedules are posted in the catalog, so that you can make informed decisions about your education, and your payment plans and options.

Frequently Asked Questions in Student Accounts

  • Does NGU offer a monthly payment plan?

    Yes. Students and their families can pay in monthly installments. Student account statements are available in the MyNGU student portal. Set up a payment plan in the portal under Students>Student Accounts>Make a Payment. There is a $35 administrative fee incurred each semester.

    5 month plan

    • Fall Semester – payments are due July 1 or 15 and end on November 1 or 15
    • Spring Semester – payments are due December 1 or 15 and end on April 1 or 15

    4 month plan

    • Fall Semester – payments are due August 1 or 15 and end on November 1 or 15
    • Spring Semester – payments are due January 1 or 15 and end on April 1 or 15

    3 month plan (Summer term only)

    • Summer – payments are due May 10, July 10, and August 10

    Helpful Hints

    • The deadline to pay in full or set up a payment plan for Fall Semester is August 1 and for Spring Semester is January 1.
    • Auto draft plans should be set up with echeck 2 business days prior to the payment due date on the 15th of the month to guarantee the first payment is drafted.
    • Payments made with the e-check option using the check routing number and account number will incur no additional fee.
    • Graduation Fees may be paid on your Student Portal.
    • Debit and Credit card transactions will incur an additional fee as noted at the time of transaction.
    • Admin cost for Payment Plans will be $35 per semester.
    • Returned Checks will incur a fee that will be reflected on the student’s account.

    If you are missing financial aid or scholarships, contact Financial Aid. Refer to the Student Accounts for more information on making a payment, setting up a payment plan, or other student accounts questions, please email student.accounts@ngu.edu or call 864.663.0186. As always, check your NGU email often.

  • Will I receive a bill in the mail?

    No. Your statement of account (bill) is available on the Student Portal. To view your bill, you will need to log into your portal and select student, then student accounts and then select my account balance. Be sure to select the appropriate term.

  • Is it okay if I pay by check?

    Yes. Make checks payable to North Greenville University. Include the student ID# and Term in the memo line. Mail to the attention of Student Accounts, North Greenville University, PO Box 1892, Tigerville, SC 29688. To ensure payment is posted to your student account on or before the due date, mail at least one week early.

  • May I wait to receive a billing invoice of actual charges before paying?

    No. The Tuition and Fees Payment Policy requires that the student pay or make arrangements for paying estimated tuition and fees by the due date each semester.

  • If I have applied for loans, scholarships, or other financial aid that are not reflected on the billing invoice, what should I do?

    Double check your MyFinAid portal to make sure you have accepted or declined all awards that have been offered. If you are a first-time borrower, you will also need to complete the Master Promissory Note and Entrance Counseling for Direct Federal Student Loans.

  • How do I get a 1098-T Tuition Statement and Statement Account history?

    Your tax form 1098-T will be available in the Student Portal on January 31 by selecting Students, Student Accounts, then My 1098-T Form.

    For more information concerning 1098-T forms, visit www.irs.gov and search for 1098T. 

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