$4,686

Avg. Federal Grant

$3,728

Avg. Federal Loan

$29,602,638

Total Aid Awarded

North Greenville University Financial Aid and Scholarships

Students Receiving Aid Percent of Students Receiving Financial Aid.

88%

Total Aid Amount Average Total Aid Awarded per year.

$29.603M

Financial Aid Official Website

www.ngu.edu

North Greenville University offers financial aid and scholarships to 88% of the students,the total amount reaching up to $29,602,638 to support the students through a number of forthcoming privileges; scholarships, grants and loans, work study, applicable to incoming students, confined to specific eligibility grounds. 

In order to ensure full consideration of the students they must complete the FAFSA. To get into further details, have a look over the NGU  Financial Aid page.

Scholarships

  • The Christian Ministry Scholarship Fund: This provides students who wish to earn degrees in relation to Christian Ministry and is  applicable to full-time students who maintain a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5 out of 4  throughout.

    • Patterson Graduate School Scholarship: This is to help graduate students for all degree programs who have fund demonstrated financial needs and emergency situations.

    • Bryant and Roseanne Fersner Scholarship: It supports qualified students with plans to pursue full-time study in ministry. 

    • Trustee Scholarship (New first-time students entering in Fall): The award amount varies from $8,500 - $17,000 for university commuters and residents.

    • Founder's Scholarship: The award amount varies from $7,000 - $10,000 for commuters and residents.

    • President’s Scholarship: The award  amount varies from $6,000 - $8,000 for commuters and residents.

 

  • Dean’s Scholarship: The award amount varies from $4,000 - $6,000 for commuters and residents.

 

Grants

Grants are insisted to directly offset costs for the recipients to combat severe financial circumstances which might act as a barrier in their academics.

Federal Grants

  • Pell Grants: Based on the cost of education, financial need, enrollment status, and congressional appropriation, a student is made eligible for pell grants. In cases where there are students whose parents died in the line of duty while performing as a public safety officer may be eligible to receive a maximum pell grant.

State Grants

South Carolina Tuition Grant (SCTG): This applies for students who are SC residents. For further qualifications, they are required to be in the top of 75% of their graduating class and may receive the same only for 8 semesters.

Loans

  • Federal Direct Loans: These are included into the financial aid package and are categorised along with their respective amount and eligibility criteria:

    • Freshmen: These are applicable for dependent students where the scholarship amount is $5,500 and for independent students it is $9,500, with credit hours upto 29.

    • Sophomore: These loans are for dependent students with a scholarship amount of $6,500 and for independent students it is $10,500, with credit hours ranging from 30 - 59.

    • Junior: Such loans apply for dependent students where the scholarship amount is $7,500 and for independent students it is $12,500, with credit hours ranging from 60-89.

    • Senior: It is available for dependent students where the scholarship amount is $7,500 and for independent students it is $12,500, with credit hours more than 90.

  • Direct Loans (Parents Loans): Parent Loans are dedicated to the parents of the students who do not have any financial needs. If in case, there is a denial for Parents loan, the freshmen and sophomores may borrow an additional $4,000 unsubsidized direct loan  and juniors and seniors $5,000.

Financial Aid Breakdown

Student Receiving Aid

Federal Grant Aid

42%

State Grant Aid

73%

Institution Grant Aid

99%

Pell Grant

39%

Average Aid Awarded

Federal Grant Aid

$4,686

State Grant Aid

$6,499

Institution Grant Aid

$9,041

Pell Grant

$4,412

The North Greenville University serves with financial aid through grants: federal, state and institutional grants. The notable figures of the same are mentioned as follows:

  • Federal Grants: This serves 42% of the students with an average aid of $4,686.

  • Pell Grants:This serves 39% of the students with an average aid of $4,412.

  • State Grants: This serves 73% of the students with an average aid of $6,499.

  • Institutional Grants: This serves 99% of the students with an average aid of $9,041.

On an average, $3,728 of federal loans is offered to the students by NGU to support them financially.

Federal Aid based on Family Income

Family Income

Average Federal Aid Per Year

Under $30,000

$17,282

$30,001 - $48,000

$19,381

$48,001 - $75,000

$14,456

$75,001 - $110,000

$14,727

Over $110,000

$13,388

With five groups of family income, the students are categorised to avail financial aids with a distinctive range  fluctuating between $13,388 for students belonging to the income group $0 - $30,000 and $17,282 offered to the group with income more than $110,000. 

For an average financial aid amounting to $15,847, a majority receives the financial aid amounting $14,456 under the income category ranging from $48,001- $75,000.

Students’ families with income less than $75,000, will be offered with financial aid reaching nearly $17,282, $19,381 and $14,456 and those with income more than $75,000, will be offered with $14,727 or $13,388.

Student Loans for North Greenville University

Average Loan Amount Average Loan Amount received per year.

$4,168/Year

Students Taking Out Loans

92%

Loan Default Rate

7%

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