University Releases Spring 2020 Deanís List
Tigerville, SC (May 14, 2020) Congratulations to all our students who have earned a place on the North Greenville University Deanís List for their Spring 2020 academic achievements. This honor is reserved for the highest achieving students who exemplify excellence in the attainment of their educational goals. The honor is awarded to full-time undergraduates who earn a grade point average of at least 3.5 during the universityís spring semester. The 1,048 students are listed alphabetically by the last name and represent 34 states, six countries, and three continents.
Those who wish to share the news with their local newspaper can download the Deanís List press release template (.docx) in the information specific to the student (inserting the information in place of the examples in parentheses), and then send it to the local newspaper. Congratulations on a job well done!
NGU has no greater mission than to cultivate graduates who are equipped to serve as transformational leaders for church and society. That means not only strong academic programs, but also opportunities for spiritual growth, cultural enrichment, and hands-on service expected from a Christian university.
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