Gary Rhoden steps into the role of director of athletic bands at North Greenville University

Gary Rhoden

This fall, Gary Rhoden will step into the role of director of athletic bands at North Greenville University.

Rhoden has spent the past nine years in public education. Ensembles under his direction have received numerous accolades and awards and performed at the Bands of America’s Regionals, Super Regionals, and Grand National Competitions, as well as the Allstate Sugar Bowl and even Walt Disney World.

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Bob Jones University President Steve Pettit announced today the 2020 Commencement Exercises scheduled for Saturday, August 29, will be postponed.

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The University is eager and ready to bring the community back in classrooms, living areas, and athletic competition

Sunday, July 26, North Greenville University (NGU) released plans to bring students to campus this fall. Even though it has been a season of change unlike any other in school history, what won’t change is the commitment to its mission of equipping students to serve as transformational leaders for church and society. As NGU takes steps to resume in-person education on its campuses, the University is eager to bring the community back in classrooms, living areas, and athletic competition.

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Students can study in a traditional in-person format or enjoy the flexibility of 100% online starting Fall 2021

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Tigerville, SC (July 15, 2020) North Greenville University (NGU) announces it will begin offering a bachelor's degree program in cybersecurity.  Students can study in a traditional in-person format or enjoy the flexibility of going 100% online starting Fall 2021, pending approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). Students that study and graduate from the program will have an opportunity to give Christ-centered leadership in one of the highest demand, fastest-growing, top-pay labor sectors in America. 

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She swore "up and down" that she'd never homeschool her kids. "Patience is not one of my virtues," Kristina Hernandez insisted. "I hate crafts. Playgroups are not my thing. I work a full-time job I love." Homeschooling was never going to happen, until -- thanks to coronavirus -- it did. Now, Kristina, like so many other families around the country, are never going back.

It's a story parents everywhere can identify with. Back in the spring, when thousands of moms and dads decided distance learning was a bust, several made the choice to set up class at home. For a lot of them, taking the plunge wasn't easy. "I'm probably not the best teacher as being a mom," Ohio's Tena Moore Crock admitted. "We struggled a little bit." But, even after a rocky start, she agrees: it was worth it.

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Autumn Walk to BJU Class

Bob Jones University President Steve Pettit announced today health and safety protocols for the opening of the 2020-2021 academic year.

“We are committed to providing in-person classes to our student body in a way that promotes safety and health for both the University and greater Greenville communities,” said Pettit. “BJU is continuing to monitor the situation and will provide appropriate and up-to-date health and safety guidance for our faculty, staff and students as we look forward to our first day of classes on Tuesday, August 18.”

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Despite COVID-19 guidelines, NGU Board meeting atmosphere full of reminders of God's continued faithfulness.
Despite COVID-19 guidelines, NGU Board meeting atmosphere full of reminders of God's continued faithfulness.

North Greenville University (NGU) Board of Trustees held their quarterly meeting on Tuesday, June 23. The meeting looked a bit different following COVID-19 guidelines; however, the atmosphere was full of reminders of God's continued faithfulness. The Board is united and ready to face the future stronger than ever before.

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