North Greenville allowed for me to grow in maturity and closer to God. Without a Christ-centered campus and amazing professors/staff I wouldn’t be the woman I am today.
CELEBRATING 125 YEARS
2017 marked NGU’s Quasquicentennial: the 125th anniversary of our founding in 1892. NGU will commemorate this remarkable milestone March 22-April 13, 2018 with special events leading up to the inauguration of the school’s eighth president Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr. on April 13, 2018. Make plans to visit us to celebrate our rich Christ-centered history and traditions as we look to the next 125 years — and beyond.
Join us for our 125 Anniversary events!
INAUGURATION OF NGU’s 8TH PRESIDENT
Join us for the Inauguration of our eighth president of North Greenville University on April 13, 2018 at 10 a.m.
North Greenville University has grown over the years. Take a look back when it all started.
THEN AND NOW
My best memory of NGU is the importance of keeping Christ first, and the fact that no matter where life takes us, we have a close college family to fall back on.
It was amazing! I love my alma mater, and it helped prepare me for ministry greatly!
Our students, faculty, and alumni love NGU as much as we do. Read more about the memories they have below:READ MORE MEMORIES
125 NORTH GREENVILLE UNIVERSITY STORIES
“Unknown at the time, my son chose the same school that my grandfather chose so many years ago — under such different circumstances. See, my…
Thirty-three founding members of the North Greenville College Women’s Auxiliary Board held an inaugural meeting on Monday, August 26, 2002, on the North Greenville College…
Being Miss South Carolina has always been a dream of Kelly McCorkle, and now it is a dream come true. On July 13, 2002, this…
Rose N. Clayton, North Greenville College nurse for 20 years died on September 25, 2002 at the age of 99. Rose was the daughter of…
Joyful Sound, the Baptist Student Union ensemble, turned 25 years old this past spring. A homecoming concert was held March 28, 2003, at Turner Chapel…
Why hold on to something when it can mean more to someone now? That is the philosophy of Georgia Roberson and the late Marshall Roberson.…