North Greenville University is moving from its main campus in Tigerville into Greer.
According to the Greenville News, the move will bring the college’s graduate schools and new course offerings to the former location of the Ryan’s corporate office building.
By January a new physician assistant master’s program will begin on site, once some renovations are complete.
The university’s existing graduate programs will be moving to the new site along with the College of Adult Professional Studies and other personnel who have worked out of the main campus and at a site in Greenville.
School officials say the new facility on property valued at $1,637,660 offers opportunity for the university to grow. The move frees space that had been leased from a church just a few blocks north and at the location of a former restaurant where school officials are looking at new possibilities.