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Residential Living

NGU recognizes the valuable role on-campus housing plays in the overall university student experience and is dedicated to providing students an opportunity to continue this practice. NGU is committed to providing our residential students a healthy and inviting environment.

Students living in the residence halls do so with the awareness that exposure to COVID-19 may occur. The University has established isolation spaces for those who test positive and are unable to return to their homes.  However, due to space limitations, students with confirmed positive cases will likely need to isolate themselves for the required 10-day period in their residence hall rooms.  Roommates in these circumstances will always need to wear a face-covering for 14 days. Please thoroughly read the circumstances and requirements for isolation and quarantine in the protocols section.

Common areas will be adjusted to accommodate physical distancing. Students are expected to clean their shared bathroom areas in their residence halls per the suggested disinfection guidelines provided by the CDC. NGU performs regular health and safety checks in the residence halls to ensure a positive environment for all. NGU Residence Life leadership will share details in your New Student Orientation focused on living in our residence halls.

Request for Housing Exemption Accommodation

Should a student have concerns about living on campus in residential housing, a housing accommodation may be requested. To qualify for an accommodation, the student will be asked to provide medical documentation that demonstrates an increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 as defined by the CDC guidelines. The University is committed to working with students to provide a residential space that meets their needs.


Commuting students will enjoy their usual experience coming and going from campus to accomplish their coursework and participate in the life of the campus under the same University conditions and protocols for COVID-19. 


Students and guests will enjoy all-you-care-to-eat meals in Todd Dining Hall! Yes, you can count on Fried Chicken Wednesday and an abundant of fresh prepared meals that include traditional home-style meals, freshly cooked pastas with simmering sauces, hand tossed pizza, burgers on the grill and crisp salad from the salad bar. Add one of our desserts or homemade soups and your meal is complete.

Enhanced and increased frequency of cleaning will keep areas sanitized for the NGU community.

If you are running a fever, we ask that you not eat in-person at any indoor or outdoor University dining area. Contact Aramark’s General Manager, Helen Cox, and she will  arrange take out pick-up for you.


Residential students and those who have purchased the unlimited meal plan will be allowed six (6) swipes a week, with a maximum of two (2) swipes per day.  You may choose the mealtime you would like to use your meal equivalency. And Crusader Bucks will still be usable for purchasing meals. 

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Meal Equivalency: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Friday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. | Meal Equivalency: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Einstein Bros. Bagels

Einstein Bros. Bagels will not open for this academic year. The location does not allow adequate space for social distancing and a safe environment for its customers and staff.

Papa John’s and General Store

Papa John’s and the General Store will run on a regular operating schedule. Enjoy a Papa John’s signature pizza made with fresh dough and packed with tomato sauce, real cheese, and other quality ingredients. 

Pick up your convenience items at the store and enjoy a Hershey’s Ice Cream or a cup of freshly brewed coffee.

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Saturday: 9 a.m. – 11 p.m., Papa John’s Opens at: 11 a.m.
Sundays: 1:00 p.m. – 11 p.m.


Faith and spiritual formation are hallmarks of the NGU experience, of which chapel stands at the center. Seating will be open and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Attendance will be managed through ID scanning at the conclusion of each chapel experience. Individuals scanning ID’s will wear a face-covering. Section 100 will be reserved as “mask-preferred.” This seating area will only be available for students, faculty, and staff that choose to wear their approved face-covering for the entire chapel experience. The number of seats reserved is subject to change. The stage right entrance to the front and rear of the chapel will be the designated entrance/exit for those sitting in the “mask preferred” section. Students may request a COVID-19 medically related accommodation through the Office of Student Accessibility. 

Chapel services address the imperatives of the Christian message related to worship, evangelism, discipleship, fellowship, prayer, and ministry. Some sessions may be utilized for special university emphases.

Chapel service will stream on channel 2 or through our NGU Chapel websiteNGU YouTube ChannelNGU Chapel Facebook, and NGU Radio Station.

NGU Offices & Services

Information Technology Services

NGU’s talented team of IT professionals is ready to serve student needs during regular business hours in the fall.   We will take a remote-first approach that adds convenience and safety for you and the IT staff.

Please make requests by emailing or by creating a ticket whenever possible as these are the preferred methods, and provide additional information that enables an expedited response, including a call back number.

If students need in-person help to resolve problems, they can arrange an appointment by reaching out to our supportive Help Desk or calling 864.977.7272.

Textbook and Course Material Pick-up

  • NGU, in partnership with Slingshot Bookstore, now offers students a convenient and affordable book and course material acquisition program. Students save time, avoid hassle, and, on average, save money, all leading to a great first day of class. Learn more.  
  • Residential Students: Textbooks and course materials, automatically sourced through The Slingshot book service, will be placed in your Resident Hall Room before your arrival to campus.
  • Commuter Students: Textbooks and course materials, automatically sourced through The Slingshot book service, will be available for pick-up at the campus store beginning Saturday, August 14, 2021.
  • Tim Brashier Campus: Graduate and Online students will receive their books and materials automatically sourced through Slingshot will be delivered at the student’s home or preferred address.

In partnership with Slingshot Bookstores, North Greenville University offers all students a book and material acquisition service that automatically fulfills and delivers all of your required course materials directly to you before classes start.

When you register for classes, Slingshot automatically receives your book and material order.


North Greenville remains “students first” in everything we do. The University will continue to host enriching events and activities to build friendships, make memories, and foster community.  Our Student Engagement team is dedicated to ensuring programming is safe for students to thrive and helping them navigate their time at NGU.

Institute for Global Leadership (IGL)

The Institute for Global Leadership (IGL) plans to host the 2021 Global Impact Conference this fall. At this time, international travel opportunities have not been confirmed for the 2021-2022 school year. We are tentatively planning for IGL Teams to travel domestically during the spring and summer breaks. If domestic travel is not allowed, IGL will partner with the Office of Campus Ministry and Student Engagement to find local opportunities for students to get involved throughout the semester. We hope to host all of our typical gatherings and events as done in the past with necessary Covid-19 protocols in place to provide a safe environment for our students. 

Fitness & Exercise

We want students to stay active in support of living balanced lives. The nature-rich setting of the Tigerville campus gives students ample outdoor recreational opportunities to promote physical wellness.

Younts Fitness Center 

The Younts Fitness Center will adhere to all CDC guidelines as it pertains to fitness facilities. The Fitness Center staff will provide a sanitation station at the front desk to sanitize any equipment used. Once sanitization is complete, the guest is asked to return the spray bottle and towel to the front desk before exiting. The Center will close at 10:00 a.m. each day (Monday-Friday) for cleaning.  

Younts Fitness Center Hours:

Monday – Thursday 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. 
Friday 6 a.m. – 5 p.m. 
Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 
Sunday 2 p.m. – 5p.m.

Monday and Wednesday the Fitness Center will remain closed through the chapel hour. 

Hayes Gym

Hayes Gym will also adhere to all CDC guidelines as it pertains fitness facilities. Guests will be required to check-in and have a valid NGU ID.  ID’s are required to check out sporting equipment and should be left with the staff at the check-in desk and returned when the guest exits the gym. 

Hayes Gym Hours:

Monday – Thursday 9 p.m. – midnight
Friday 7 p.m. – midnight
Saturday 1 p.m. – midnight
Sunday 4 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Intramural Sports

School issued equipment will be issued to students participating in intramural events. The campus recreation staff will sanitize before and after each game or event. 

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