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Greenville University protects the privacy of students' educational records in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Educational records include but are not limited to grades, schedules, and billing information. The college is required to communicate directly with students regarding educational records. However, a variety of resources are available to help students and parents plan appropriately throughout the school year.

Academic Advising

Academic advisors help students select classes to ensure progress toward their desired majors and minors. Returning students are encouraged to schedule for the next academic year in mid-March. New students have an opportunity during the fall semester to schedule for Interterm and Spring. Students can contact their advisor at any time if they have questions about their schedule. Contact the Advising Center at (618) 664-6654 or

Financial Aid

Financial Aid staff are committed to partnering with families to keep a Greenville University education within reach. Students are encouraged to file the FAFSA by March 1st using school code 001684. Contact (618) 664-7108 or regarding financial aid questions. 

Records Office

The Records Office is responsible for collecting and updating student data including grades and directory information. You can contact the Records Office at (618) 664-7025 or Records Office services include:

  • Review students' courses to ensure they meet graduation requirements
  • Provide transcripts
  • Provide letters of verification of enrollment
  • Provide good student discount information for insurance

Students can access their grades on my.Greenville. Final grades are usually posted 3 - 5 business days after the term ends.

Residence Life

A residence hall is more than just a place to sleep and study. It is where students make lasting friendships; learn responsibility, and grow spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually. Contact Kelsey Groves for more information at (618) 664-7121 or

Student Accounts

Students have access to their account by logging in to my.Greenville. Students will be notified via e-mail regarding account changes. For example, a student can change his or her schedule which may result in additional charges. Students should check their Greenville University e-mail account regularly during the semester for any messages from

Billing Schedule:

  • Fall - Charges are posted online the first week of July
  • Spring and Interterm (January term) - Charges are posted online the first week of December
  • Summer - Charges are posted online the first week of May

Please visit the Student Accounts web page to read more about payment options, payment deadlines, 1098-T tax information, withdrawal and refund policy. You can contact Student Accounts at (618) 664-7016 or

Student Success Center

Greenville University offers a variety of free services to help students succeed in the classroom and after graduation.

Travel Opportunities

Students are encouraged to participate in missions and study abroad to improve cultural awareness and gain a global Christian perspective. Greenville University offers a variety of travel opportunities both short term and full semester. Some trips are led by faculty and staff while others are coordinated with organizations like Best Semester or Go Ed.

For more information:

World Outreach & Missions & Study Abroad
Faith Nava, Director of World Outreach and Missions

315 E. College Avenue
Greenville, Illinois 62246-1145
800.345.4440 / 618.664.7100
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