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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North Greenville University has named longtime law enforcement leader Tony Eigner as its new Director of Safety and Security effective July 20.
North Greenville University has named longtime law enforcement leader Tony Eigner as its new Director of Safety and Security effective July 20.

Tigerville, SC – North Greenville University (NGU) has named longtime law enforcement leader Tony Eigner as its new Director of Safety and Security effective July 20. Eigner will manage NGU's Department of Safety and Security.  

"We are so excited to welcome Mr. Eigner to campus as our next director. Not only does he bring impeccable credentials, but his alignment with our mission is robust and compelling," said NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr. "We are grateful for his willingness to help us elevate this important part of our campus community and lead us in new ways."

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Dr. Randall E. King brings over 30 years of professional communication experience to the NGU School of Communication as associate dean and professor.
Dr. Randall E. King brings over 30 years of professional communication experience to the NGU School of Communication as associate dean and professor.

Dr. Randall E. King brings over 30 years of professional communication experience to the North Greenville University (NGU) School of Communication as associate dean and professor. In addition to teaching, King will oversee the School of Communication in matters including budget, curriculum development, faculty development, course scheduling, program review, and faculty hiring.

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North Greenville University and Legacy Early College announce an expanded dual credit partnership.
North Greenville University and Legacy Early College announce an expanded dual credit partnership.

North Greenville University (NGU) and Legacy Early College (LEC) announces an expanded partnership, whereby dual credit courses will be available to LEC students at NGU’s Tigerville campus as well as at LEC’s Greenville campus. These courses will be taught by NGU faculty as well as by LEC faculty qualified to teach as an adjunct professor.

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Tony Beam NGU

Effective July 2020, North Greenville University (NGU) and the South Carolina Baptist Convention (SCBC) will enter in a partnership to maintain the SCBC’s Office of Public Policy.  Dr. Tony Beam, NGU director of church and community engagement, will serve on a part-time basis with the SCBC as the Director of the Office of Public Policy on an annual contract. He will continue in his full-time role at NGU with responsibilities in the areas of Development and Public Affairs.

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NGU to Open Fall 2020

North Greenville University confirmed today that it will open its Tigerville and Greer campuses for in-person instruction beginning on August 20, 2020.

“We are excited to welcome students back to campus for the fall semester,” said NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr. “We will overcome these challenging days together as the North Greenville family. Every necessary precaution will be put in place to ensure the safest educational experience is available to the students we serve.”

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