NGU Invites Community to 'Christmas At NGU'
North Greenville University invites neighbors and friends to celebrate the start of the holiday season together at “Christmas At NGU.” The event will be held on campus from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 26.
Free and open to all ages, NGU’s first community Christmas celebration will feature the lighting of the Christmas tree, caroling, cookie decorating, s’mores, hot chocolate, and even a visit with Santa.
“Our desire is for this event to become an annual campus tradition,” says NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr. “We look forward to sharing this experience and time of fellowship with families from the Upstate as we celebrate our Savior’s birth.”
NGU Welcomes Rich Grimm
Grimm, currently a senior vice president at Trinity International University (TIU) in Chicago, IL, will join the university on June 1 as executive vice president.
NGU’s Duncan to present Business and Leadership Professional Development Seminar
Seminar to be held at Greer Campus.
Upstate Senior Night Brings High School Seniors to Campus
Event designed to create and build relationships with prospective students.
Spring 2017 Dean's List
A student must maintain a 3.5 grade point average while taking a minimum of 12 hours.
Nutiket Sachgagunummen Klamachpin
It means “Guard who Leads Quietly.” And it’s the American Indian name given to Matthew Watson (expected ’19).
NGU Partners to Educate Christian Leaders to Serve Hispanic Churches
Upstate IBH graduates serve as pastors and leaders locally and abroad.
McDonald Field Dedicated
NGU’s new softball field was dedicated in a ceremony before a softball double-header on Saturday, April 23.
Seminary President to Bring ‘Defending the Faith’ Lecture to NGU
Dr. Jamie Dew, president of NOBTS, will deliver the lecture on Tues., March 24.