Jeremy Frazor

Jeremy Frazor, a Bob Jones University graduate, will preach the opening services of BJU’s spring 2021 semester. Services will be held Jan. 12-13 at 7 p.m. in Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium. 

“I had the privilege of serving and traveling with Jeremy and his family for several years in itinerant ministry,” said BJU President Steve Pettit. “I have seen firsthand how God uses him to proclaim the Gospel with grace and clarity. These services will help encourage the University family as we embark upon a new semester.”

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BJU Computer Class

Two Bob Jones University intercollegiate computer programming teams participated in the international, virtual programming competition IEEEXtreme 14.0 in late fall. The competition took place during a 24-hour period and started locally at 8 p.m. This was BJU’s sixth time participating in the competition. Competition results were finalized in January 2021.

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Members of North Greenville University’s Physician Assistant (PA) Class of 2020 give a thumbs up after completing their final year of the PA Medicine program.
Members of North Greenville University’s Physician Assistant (PA) Class of 2020 give a thumbs up after completing their final year of the PA Medicine program.

The North Greenville University Graduate School of Health Science at the T. Walter Brashier Graduate School held its annual white coat and hooding ceremony for the Master of Medical Science in PA Studies students on the Tigerville campus Friday morning, Dec. 11.

The white coat ceremony celebrates PA students’ successful completion of their didactic year. The hooding ceremony recognizes the Cohort of 2020’s accomplishments, which graduated from the program during commencement exercises that afternoon.  

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Jason Young – NGU alumnus chose NGU for a second time for its 'genuine interest in me and affordability.'
Jason Young – NGU alumnus chose NGU for a second time for its 'genuine interest in me and affordability.'

To follow COVID-19 protocols, North Greenville University (NGU) held two commencement services on Friday, Dec. 11. The first commencement for the graduate school and online undergraduates was held at 1 p.m., which included a keynote address from Dr. Tawana Scott, NGU's associate vice president of adult and graduate academic services. Professor Lisa Van Riper, NGU's consultant for public policy, was the featured speaker for the traditional undergraduate ceremony at 6 p.m., which included a surprise presentation from the 117th Governor of South Carolina, the Honorable Henry McMaster and First Lady Peggy McMaster.

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A move that can help men and women called to ministry get placed into ministry positions sooner, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS) and North Greenville University (NGU), have partnered to count certain college credit hours toward a master of divinity degree, thereby saving students time and money.

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Sarah Kelley

The South Carolina Association of CPAs (SCACPA) Educational Fund Trustees has awarded $64,500 to 43 exceptional students who plan to pursue a career in accounting. The scholarship recipients represent 16 South Carolina colleges and universities. One of the outstanding student recipients is North Greenville University’s Sarah Grace Kelley from Landrum.

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The University honored expiring term Board members. From left: Dr. Travis Agnew from Greenville, Rebecca Coleman from Dillon, NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant Jr., Rev. Seth Buckley from Moore, and Claude Tackett from Hanahan. Not pictured is James M. Cudd from Gaffney.
The University honored expiring term Board members. From left: Dr. Travis Agnew from Greenville, Rebecca Coleman from Dillon, NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant Jr., Rev. Seth Buckley from Moore, and Claude Tackett from Hanahan. Not pictured is James M. Cudd from Gaffney.

The North Greenville University (NGU) Board of Trustees held their fall meeting on Thursday, Oct. 22. A healthy and supportive Board affirmed the accomplishments of the NGU community and leadership. After navigating a successful in-person fall semester, the University celebrated the opening of Neves Hall and the IT Center.

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