PA Medicine Program Update
Tigerville, SC (April 22, 2016) The PA Medicine program has been busy preparing for its inaugural class in January 2017. The program recently went through the program accreditation phase, and the site visit went very well. The faculty and staff are very excited to transition into the beautiful building recently purchased for the Graduate School.
The application for admission will open April 27 through CASPA (the Central Application Service for Physician Assistants) – the link to apply on CASPA is: https://portal.caspaonline.org. The application deadline is October 1, however, prospective students are encouraged to apply as early as possible as the program will be using a rolling admissions process. NGU graduates and military veterans (with an honorable discharge) who meet all program admission requirements will be invited to interview.
Walter Johnson Believes NGU’s Reputation ‘Precedes Us’
North Greenville University recently earned recognition as one of the best conservative colleges in the U.S. And Walter Johnson says he isn’t the least bit shocked by the news.
NGU Students to Participate in College All-Start Bowl National Broadcast
NGU Talent to be on Display
NGU and GSHRM Host Expungement Law MasterTalk
The event features keynote speaker James Silvers of Ogletree Deakins Law Firm in Greenville.
Students Take On Ambitious Project With ‘Songs for a New World’
Tickets available to purchase online or at the Theatre Box Office. Show times are Feb. 14-16 & Feb. 21-23 at 7:30pm.
New Baseball Park Will Hit Home Run for NGU Student Life
Multi-phase construction project will overhaul North Greenville University’s baseball program.
Alumnus Ross Deployed to Serve Patients From Caribbean
SC State Guard CAP/MAJ(P) Jason Ross ('98, M.B.A. '08) deployed to Columbia, SC, to assist critical Puerto Rican patients as a result of the devastation from Hurricane Maria.
Army ROTC Office Opens on NGU Campus
The new space will serve as a location for Cadets to study, relax, and simply fellowship.
NGU Partners with USC Upstate Mary Black School of Nursing
The partnership will help address supply and demand projections of the nursing workforce.