The scholarships were established to benefit four students attending the main campus in Tigerville and four others attending the Tim Brashier Campus in Greer.
“We are pleased to announce this new scholarship and delighted that it demonstrates Dick Brooks Honda’s ongoing commitment to local residents,” NGU President Gene C. Fant Jr. said in a news release. “Our success as a Christ-centered university is tied to strong local relationships. Our friends at Dick Brooks Honda epitomize that kind of relationship.”
The university and the Greer automobile dealer announced the new Dick Brooks Honda Greer Community Endowed Scholarship, saying the scholarships will be available for the fall semester this year, valued at $1,600 each.
“Our dealership is proud to be part of the Greer community, and we are proud of our relationship with North Greenville University,” Bill Jackson, owner of Dick Brooks Honda, said in the news release. “We want to invest in the lives of college students because we believe that is a