Make Your Summer Count
Tigerville, SC (April 26, 2019) If you are committed to finishing your degree in four years, then summer sessions at North Greenville University (NGU) is a smart choice for you. Summer is a great opportunity to catch up, get ahead, improve your GPA, or focus on difficult courses that will lighten your regular fall or spring load. Summer registration is now open for all NGU sessions.
NGU will offer twelve, eight, or five-week academic sessions this summer available at the Tigerville Campus and online. The sessions will be offered May 6 – July 29, May 20 - July 19, and June 24 - July 29. New applicants should complete an online application.
Summer students will have access to highly qualified professors, exceptional student support services, and unique course offerings. Current NGU students may access the summer course offerings on the Student Portal by selecting Advising and Registration. Other students may also find the course schedule at ngu.edu/summer.
Summer tuition and fees are $395 per credit hour, a $75 laboratory fee for all science courses, and a one-time registration fee of $25. Summer on-campus housing will also be available for $85 per week.
Summer Pell Grant eligibility is available for those that qualify. Additionally, qualified residents of South Carolina who met their LIFE, HOPE, or Palmetto Fellows renewal requirements as of the end of the Spring 2019 semester may qualify for a summer disbursement of LIFE or Palmetto Fellows. Contact email@example.com regarding potential aid eligibility for any of the programs listed above.
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