Empower students to lead.
Create spaces where they grow.
More than bricks and mortar, buildings facilitate learning, fellowship, practice, discipleship, mentoring, servant leadership, and more.
GU is that Anchor
In a world of the instantaneous, we need an anchor that holds our Christian worldview in place. Just as it was for us as students, Greenville University is that anchor for the next generation of Christian leaders. That is why we give to GU.
Jana (Tidball) '74 and Dennis '75 Spencer
Creating inviting environments
Develop appealing spaces where students practice servant leadership and grow in intellect and faith.
New Residence Hall
We've filled residence halls when enrollment at other universities plummeted. Today, as our enrollment continues to soar, we embrace a visionary solution: a new four-story, 40,000 square-foot residence hall on College Avenue. This transformative building will be home to 246 students, fostering a vibrant community and fellowship.
W. Richard Stephens Field House and Robert "Ish" Museum
The new sports venue honors the legacy of the late Robert "Ish" Smith, former GU president and baseball coach, and GU President Emeritus W. Richard Stephens, who was instrumental in starting the Panther Football program in 1987. The new sports venue will be equipped with a grandstand, press box, locker rooms, restrooms, and expanded capacity to host collegiate, high school, and regional events.
Forever Transformed, Forever Grateful
GU is where I learned to develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and set a [firm] foundation. It's where my life changed forever. I'm forever grateful.
Sonya Jones '98, Panther Softball
From June 2019 to May 2023, alumni and friends of GU funded an appealing environment for students to learn, live, compete, and grow with the first phase of these projects underway.
RESIDENCE HALL Progress
Construction began in late October 2022, and the project is expected to be completed by Spring 2024.
SPORTS VENUE Progress
Construction began in June 2023, and the project is expected to be completed in Spring 2024.
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A large concrete pump is used to deliver concrete to the forms that will form the lower walls of the new residence hall on the...
A former Greenville University football standout who has parlayed his collegiate athletic successes into a career in the National Football League was honored last weekend...
When the Greenville University Residence Life staff circulated a “Living Area Satisfaction Survey” to the 650 students living in the residence halls during the spring...
On June 26, the first bulldozer made the first pass over the ground that will usher in a new era at the Greenville University Athletic...