Location and Accommodations

North Greenville University campus map and other information

Location

North Greenville University (NGU) campus is located in Greenville County, South Carolina. The main entrance is on the north side of Highway 414; an additional entrance is located on Highway 253 (North Tigerville Rd.—on the left, if traveling north). Much campus traffic, including traffic in parking lots, is one-way only. Please pay special attention to directional signs at intersections.

Write2Ignite Conference uses the following buildings: the Hayes Ministry Center building, Craft-Hemphill Christian Worldview Center, and Todd Dining Hall.

NGU Parking Map 

 

Accommodations Information for the 2018 Conference

The 2018 Write2Ignite Conference (September 21–22) has reserved blocks of rooms at two area hotels for Friday evening, September 21:

OptioUniversal lodging symboln 1: Hampton Inn 593 Roe Center Court, Travelers Rest, SC 29690

864-834-5550  Discounted room rate for queen (2 beds) double occupancy: $134.00**

Option 2: Best Western Travelers Rest/Greenville 110 Hawkins Road, Travelers Rest, SC 29690

864-834-7040  Discounted room rate for queen (2 beds) double occupancy: $139.00

If you wish to arrange room sharing with another conference attendee, or if you’d like additional information or assistance in booking accommodations, please contact W2I financial director Cathy John Biggerstaff at hiskid410@gmail.com.

**Note: Because of a large Equestrian Games event being held in a wide area of the region, most hotels already have large blocks of rooms reserved for this event, and rates are higher than in previous years. If you are reserving a room through the W2I discount, you must specify at the time of reservation that you are requesting a room “with the Write2Ignite meeting at North Greenville University group rate” to get this rate.

You may be able to obtain a lower rate with another discount group program you’re enrolled in; if not, the W2I group discount is probably the best available rate, unless projected attendance at the Equestrian Games falls and hotels start to release rooms at lower rates.