NGU ranks No. 6 Best College in South Carolina
Tigerville, SC (November 16, 2020) A recent WalletHub study ranks the top 10 out of 61 colleges and universities in South Carolina. The online resource based its ranking on admission rate, net cost, student-faculty ratio, on-campus crime, gender and racial diversity, graduation rate, and post-attendance median salary. The study comes from a full report of 2021′s College and University Rankings.
Two SC Baptist universities made the list. North Greenville University ranked at No. 6, and Charleston Southern University ranked at No. 10.
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“We believe in growing a student’s success, not their debt. These days, everyone wants confidence that they will receive a valuable education without overspending,” said Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing/Communications Michael J. White. “This recognition punctuates NGU’s commitment to keeping a quality Christ-first education accessible for all families. A commitment that rings true from our founding in 1892 to today.”
North Greenville University exists to glorify God by cultivating graduates equipped to serve as transformational leaders for church and society. For details about degree programs, visit ngu.edu/academics.
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