Greenville, South Carolina is a large city in the northwest corner of the state of South Carolina. It has a population of approximately 850,000 satisfied South Carolinians. In fact, it is the sixth largest city in South Carolina and is experiencing unprecedented growth, particularly in the last several years.
Greenville has many institutions of higher learning within its city limits. In fact, the sheer amount of colleges and universities located in Greenville give the city a decidedly college town vibe. The public universities with campuses in Greenville include Anderson University, Lander University, South Carolina State University, University of South Carolina, University of South Carolina Upstate, Clemson University and Medical University of South Carolina. There are also multiple private colleges in Greenville, including Furman University, Limestone College, North Greenville University, Southern Wesleyan University and Bob Jones University. There are also several colleges of divinity/seminaries in Greenville, including Evangelical Institute of Greenville - School of Biblical Training, Geneva Reformed Seminary, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Holmes Bible College, Tabernacle Baptist College, The Academy of Arts, Christian Drama and Music Ministry and Bob Jones Seminary.