The Tigerville, S.C. university has developed a new program called NGUcares
North Greenville University, a private Baptist institution, will be offering a new bachelor of arts in communication this fall. This new degree aims to provide a solid bedrock for those…
MEMBERSHIP AWARDS Junior League of Greenville honors three members The Junior League of Greenville, an all-women organization focused on volunteerism and furthering the community, recognized three members with its 2019…
North Greenville University will pay $2.5 million to settle a False Claims Act lawsuit that said the school paid a company called Joined Inc. to recruit students for enrollment and…
North Greenville University announced the school has canceled classes and student activities at both of its campuses Friday and Monday because of Hurricane Florence.
The hurricane is forecasted to be a strong Category 3 storm when it makes landfall between South Carolina and North Carolina on Thursday, bringing high winds and heavy rains.
Highlights in our community this week
It was like any other Wednesday night church meeting in the mountains in northern Greenville County until John Ballenger raised his hand and made a request.
Clemson University’s online graduate program in education is tops in the nation, according to the U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Online Programs rankings released Tuesday.
North Greenville University’s new baseball complex will eventually include a new stadium and new residential space.
Clemson University has made the Top 25 National Public University in the annual U.S. News & World Report ranking of “America’s Best Colleges” for the 10th year in a row.
Clemson University, Presbyterian College and the University of South Carolina top newly released College Choice’s 2017 Best Colleges in South Carolina list.
Erskine College and Bob Jones University were named first and second in Christian Universities Online’s list of most affordable Christian colleges in the South.
Greer’s Fairview Baptist Church has housed North Greenville University graduate students for 10 years.
North Greenville University is working to ready the former Ryan’s Steakhouse corporate office building in Greer into the home for its graduate school and undergraduate online college.