Personal Visits

There’s more to education. Mountains More.

Interested in North Greenville? Then you’ll definitely want to schedule a personal visit to one of our campuses! Our personal visits are a great opportunity to experience campus life. While you’re here, you’ll tour the campus and hear from an NGU Admissions Counselor. We know this new journey brings a lot of questions and we’re here for you each step of the way.

Come see our beautiful campus, and meet the friendly folks who make North Greenville University a special place. Personal Visits are offered Monday-Friday.

Pick Your Day

Tigerville Campus | Traditional Bachelor Programs

  • How to Set Up Your Visit

    Choose the best day for your visit, and sign up here. After we receive your reservation, we will send an email that will confirm the day and time of your visit. While there is still a risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus, you must read the COVID-19 Notice of Risk statement before you come to our campus.  If you, or any member of your visiting group, are feeling sick or think you may have symptoms of COVID-19, as outlined by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) on the day of your visit or shortly before, you will not be able to visit on that day. Instead, we invite you to reschedule for a later time after your doctor or medical professional indicates you are no longer contagious and are okay to visit.

  • When You Get to Tigerville

    We will stay six feet apart during your visit to keep you safe, and the hugs, handshakes, fist-bumps and high fives that we want to give you will have to wait for later. Our team will be abiding by the university’s current mask-wearing policies, and we ask that you do the same. Brochures and information about the university will be packed into folders before you get to our campus, and you can pick it up when you check in.

  • No-Touch Tours

    Our tour guides will safely guide you through our campus in small groups and will hold open doors for you so you won’t have to touch the doors as you walk. Our tour guides look forward to showing you this place we love so much.

  • Meeting Us Face to Face

    Our admissions counselors, professors, and coaches want to meet you and will do so whenever we can stay six feet apart. If you want an additional meeting with a specific person on our campus, let us know when you make your reservation. Meetings will take place in rooms and offices where we can keep this distance.

Greer Campus | Online Bachelor’s, Master’s & Doctoral

  • How to Set Up Your Visit

    Choose the best day for your visit and contact the Director of Adult and Graduate Admissions Maria Kithcart at maria.kithcart@ngu.edu or 864.663.7522. Maria will send an email which will confirm the day and time of your visit. While there is still a risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus, you must read the COVID-19 Notice of Risk statement before you come to our campus. If you, or any member of your visiting group, are feeling sick or think you may have symptoms of COVID-19, as outlined by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) on the day of your visit or shortly before, you will not be able to visit on that day and should reschedule for a later time after your doctor, or medical professional indicates you are no longer contagious and are okay to visit.

  • When You Get to Greer

    We will stay six feet apart during your visit to keep you safe, and we will wear face coverings when you arrive. The hugs, handshakes, fist-bumps, and high fives that we want to give you will have to wait for later. When you check-in with us, we will make sure all pens and materials used in the greeting process have been cleaned and disinfected. Brochures and information about the university will be packed into folders before you get to our campus, and you can pick it up when you check-in.

  • No-Touch Tours

    Our tour guides will safely guide you through our campus in groups of six or less and will hold open doors for you, so you won’t have to touch the doors as you walk. Our tour guides look forward to showing you this place we love so much.

  • Meeting Us Face to Face

    Our admissions staff and professors want to meet you and will do so whenever we can stay six feet apart. If you want an additional meeting with a specific person on our campus, let us know when you make your reservation. Meetings will take place in rooms and offices where we can keep this distance.

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact Us

If you have more questions about visiting North Greenville University, our Admissions staff is ready and willing to help. 

Undergraduate Admissions
864.977.7001
1.800.468.6642 (toll-free)
Admissions@ngu.edu

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