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NGU Ranks Among US News' Best Regional Universities in the South

In rankings released today by US News and World Report, North Greenville University is listed among the Best Regional Universities in the South.

Four private Christian colleges in South Carolina other than NGU made the ranking which included Anderson University, Bob Jones University, Charleston Southern University, and Columbia International University.

NGU continues to receive substantial national recognitions year after year. More noteworthy rankings for this year include:

  • #3 on Best Online Colleges in South Carolina by BestColleges.com
  • #5 on 25 Best Christian Colleges and Universities in the South by Christian Universities Online
  • #5 on 50 Best Value Christian Colleges and Universities by Christian Universities Online
  • #6 on Most Affordable Online Christian Institution by Great Value Colleges
  • #6 on Best Four-Year Colleges in South Carolina by Schools.com
  • #9 on 50 Most Affordable Christian Colleges and Universities by Christian Universities Online
  • #13 on Best Colleges in South Carolina by College Choice
  • #15 on Most Affordable Online Colleges for a Master's in Human Resources by OnlineU
  • #17 on Top 25 Low Debt Private Colleges by Forbes
  • #21 on Top 50 Best Christian Graduate Schools by Christian Universities Online
  • #22 on 25 Most Beautiful Christian Colleges and Universities in the South by Christian Universities Online
  • #25 on Top 25 Online Christian Colleges and Universities by Christian Universities Online
  • #31 on 50 Best Online Degrees for Teaching by Accredited Schools Online
  • #35 on 50 Best Christian Colleges” by Theology Degrees
  • 50 Small Colleges with the Best Professors by College Values Online

NGU features more than 50 undergraduate, online undergraduate, and graduate degree options, and students can complete their coursework at NGU’s Tigerville Campus in Tigerville, SC; its Greer Campus in Greer, SC.; or completely online.

The Tigerville Campus is located at the foothills of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains in northern Greenville County, S.C. — less than 20 miles north of the award-winning city of Greenville, which both Livability.com and US News and World Report have called a best place to live in the US.

For complete US News Best Colleges rankings and for more information about NGU, where we strive to provide each student with an exceptional education in an authentic Christian environment for a successful life of service visit ngu.edu.

              

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