NGU Named Among Top 10 Colleges in SC
North Greenville University earned the No. 5 spot in the ranking of the Best 4-year Colleges in South Carolina, according to Schools.com.
Schools.com is a definitive source for education information. They pride ourselves in connecting current and prospective students with the tools, resources, people, and schools they need to help them advance in life.
Both low tuition costs and a better-than-average number of programs offered helped NGU land its solid ranking. Schools.com also recognizes the university’s dedication to student success by providing services such as career counseling and job placement.
The Schools.com study evaluated just over 30 colleges and universities in South Carolina. Each institution was measured against 13 different criteria related to factors of affordability, student success, distance learning participation, and more.
Data was sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics’ Integrated Post-secondary Education Data System.
View the complete ranking and methodology here: https://www.schools.com/online-colleges/south-carolina
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