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Greenville University celebrates the Class of 2022

Greenville University celebrates the Class of 2022

May 16, 2022

Friends and family in attendance Saturday morning celebrated 246 students receiving their diplomas, including 76 earning their master’s degrees.
GU celebrates start of building projects with two groundbreaking ceremonies

GU celebrates start of building projects with two groundbreaking ceremonies

May 13, 2022

Greenville University celebrated partnerships, legacies, and enrollment growth on Friday with groundbreaking ceremonies for two construction projects - a new athletic building and a new residence hall.
GU Choir plans concert, Q&A session for Commencement weekend

GU Choir plans concert, Q&A session for Commencement weekend

May 09, 2022

The GU Choir will be performing selections from their spring tour this year which will include works by Franz Joseph Haydn, W.A. Mozart, Hyun Kook, Dominick DiOrio, and more.
Self on a shelf: GU students put self interests aside to serve others

Self on a shelf: GU students put self interests aside to serve others

May 05, 2022

Classes, sports, campus jobs, student government, internships—students at Greenville University had every reason to want to say “no thanks” to adding immersive semester-long projects to their agendas, especially projects that involved solving problems for others. Last week, however, students from two Experience First teams and one team of student teachers recounted putting self-interests aside to help others.
Fisher has passion for making communities better

Fisher has passion for making communities better

May 04, 2022

"I learned that beauty matters; if we can create a safe, beautiful, and positive environment, good things are going to happen, and people will be drawn to that space.” – Lenora Fisher
New article with GU ties fills gaps in understanding the Church’s response to the pandemic

New article with GU ties fills gaps in understanding the Church’s response to the pandemic

May 04, 2022

Have Christian theologians remained too quiet for too long on matters concerning the global pandemic? Professors Ben Wayman (Greenville University) and Kent Dunnington (Biola University) sat down with leading theologian Stanley Hauerwas to clear some of the fog surrounding the Church and the pandemic.
Cares Act 4th Quarter Update

Cares Act 4th Quarter Update

May 04, 2022

Cares Act Update 5/1/2022
GU remembers its great friend Buddy Bond, 1936-2022

GU remembers its great friend Buddy Bond, 1936-2022

April 26, 2022

Longtime friend of Greenville University and GU students, Morris “Buddy” Bond, age 85, passed away April 19, 2022. 
First-ever Almira Scholarship awarded to New Castle, Indiana, student

First-ever Almira Scholarship awarded to New Castle, Indiana, student

April 26, 2022

The Almira Circle, a women’s giving circle comprised of alumni and friends of Greenville University, awarded its first ever full-tuition scholarship to Madelyn Meek of New Castle, Indiana. This $29,998 scholarship is offered for fall 2022 and is renewable annually. 
Brittany Caldwell returns the favor by hosting GU students in Spain

Brittany Caldwell returns the favor by hosting GU students in Spain

April 20, 2022

As a student at Greenville University, Brittany Caldwell had an insatiable appetite for all things Spanish. She attended a Spanish chapel service, joined a Spanish Bible study, and even signed up for semester-abroad experiences in two Spanish-speaking countries.
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