Parents & Guardians

You’ve cheered your student on from kindergarten through high school. We are excited to join you now and add our encouragement.

Our mission is to provide students with a transformational education that fosters excellent character and hearts for serving others. More than job preparation, GU prepares students for careers and life.

At GU, we take seriously the honor of helping your family make the important decision for college. Here’s the team that willing to support you every step of the way.

Admission Counselors

Will answer your questions and help your family step-by-step with your student’s transition to college. We can answer your questions about classes, culture, scholarships, residence life, etc. Your admissions counselor will talk your family through scholarshiping and understanding the financial aid package. Contact the Office of Admissions by phone or texting at 618-227-6166.

Financial Aid

If there are questions that your admissions counselor cannot address about your financial aid package, we will bring in experts from the financial aid office to assist.

Contact Financial Aid by phone: at 618-664-7108 or by e-mail: [email protected].

Student Accounts

For sending tuition checks or outside scholarship checks, our address is:
315 E. College Ave.
ATTN: Student Accounts Office
Greenville, IL 62246

Residence Life

Residence Life staff serve students on campus by ensuring their safety, mentoring them, and facilitating dorm and campus events designed to help students thrive. These people are young people who live alongside your students and will become mentors in their lives. View our campus map here.

Student Services

For students who need academic tutoring, academic counseling, or have ADA needs, Student Services works one-on-one to help them succeed.

What parents say:

“We found that, in every aspect, from campus life to spiritual priorities, to intentional investment in the students by faculty and staff, Greenville University was a safe place for Caleb to be challenged and encouraged to become all that he had potential to be and do.” – Dave and Shelly Romoser, parents of Caleb Romoser.

“We never had to worry about our child’s safety at GU. The small college atmosphere was very reassuring to us. We also loved the small class sizes and the fact that our kids were more than just a number to professors. They developed friendships with many of their professors. We feel our kids could not have gotten a higher quality education than the ones they received at Greenville University.” – Ron and Lisa Menghini, parents of Denee Menghini.

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