NGU Makes List of Christian Universities with Lowest Debt Burden
Tigerville SC (February 19, 2016) Christian Universities Online (CUO) has included North Greenville University in its 2016 list of the top Christian colleges and universities with the lowest debt burden. NGU placed third on the list, which ranks Christian colleges based solely on the average debt of the 2014 graduating class.
'Our students leave college borrowing far less than our competitors," says NGU's Vice President for Enrollment Services Keli Sewell.
NGU also appeared on CUO's recent list "The 50 Most Affordable Christian Colleges and Universities of 2015-2016," featuring the most affordable Christian colleges and universities accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools or the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.
CUO ranked eligible schools according to their publicly available net price tuition data, which factors in the amount of financial aid that individual schools typically award their students.
With a net price tuition of $15,118, NGU placed 12th among the most affordable Christian schools in the nation.
"There are very few schools that are on both lists," says Sewell.
For information about financial aid at NGU, visit ngu.edu/financial-aid.
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