Hard Work, Rewarded
We know leaders when we see them. It shows in the hard work, the extra effort, and the results. We see your courage and your promise.
We offer academic scholarships to support your pursuit of a bachelor’s degree. Transfer students also have a scholarship opportunity.
North Greenville University exists to cultivate transformational leaders for church and society. We seek out and invest in students who have excelled academically.
We invite you to apply for one of our academic scholarships.
NGU Fellows Scholarship
Amount: Full Tuition
Full Tuition Scholarships include:
- On campus students: Full tuition & room and board
- Commuting students: Full tuition
This scholarship is comprised of federal, state, and institutional aid. The Palmetto Fellows Scholarship and SC Tuition Grant will be applied to the cost of tuition. The NGU Fellows Scholarship will be awarded for the remaining cost of tuition and room and board. The cost of books and fees will be the responsibility of the recipient.
The NGU Fellows Scholarship is renewable for four years to students who maintain the requirements set forth by the Commission on Higher Education. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA to renew.
How to Apply
After first applying to NGU, the deadline for scholarship application each year is January 15.
A completed Scholarship Application includes:
- Scholarship Nomination & Academic Information (submitted by school administrator)
- Copies of most current high school transcript and SAT/ACT scores (submitted by school administrator)
- NGU Academic Scholarship Application (submitted by student)
- Student resume detailing school, church and community activities
- Two (2) letters of recommendation
You must also complete your FAFSA by January 15 the year you apply and prior to each year you attend NGU.
Deliver your scholarship documents in person or make sure they are postmarked by the deadline. Please deliver all required documents at the same time, in one envelope. Mail your completed application to:
North Greenville University
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 1892
Tigerville, SC 29688
Selection Process: NGU Scholars Weekend
We review applications in the second half of January. The second step of the selection process includes an interview and a competition. If you are invited to interview, you must also compete in person at NGU Scholars Weekend.
NGU Scholars Weekend is a two-day event designed to celebrate student achievement. Several scholarship competitions also occur during the event.
NGU Scholars Weekend is usually held the third weekend in February. You will be notified of the date if you are invited to interview for this scholarship.
South Carolina residents who meet the requirements for the Palmetto Fellows Scholarship will be considered for the NGU Fellows Scholarship. Eligible candidates must be identified by the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education. This scholarship will cover the full cost of tuition, room, and board.
This scholarship will be comprised of federal, state, and institutional aid. The cost of books and fees will be the responsibility of the recipient. The NGU Fellows Scholarship is renewable for four years to students who maintain the requirements set forth by the Commission on Higher Education.