Financial Information

Schedule of Charges (2006–2007)

Tuition-Per Semester Credit Hour (1)

Undergraduate Tuition

 

12-18 hours (block)

$7,387.00

1-11 hours

569.00

19+ hours

528.00

Undergraduate Summer School

390.00

Undergraduate Auditing (Flat rate)

655.00

Undergraduate Management and Human Relations

459.00

MHR Electives

238.00

Graduate Programs

 

Education

355.00

Education EdD

369.00

Library Science

355.00

Management

453.00

Physician Assistant

525.00

Psychology

395.00

Religion

384.00

Post Baccalaureate Program (2)

231.00

Continuing Education Unit (per unit)

61.00

Room and Meal Plan-Per Semester

Regular Room

1,460.00

Private Room

2,190.00

Meal Plan (Unlimited access 7 a.m.—7 p.m.)

1,775.00

Meal Plan with Snack Shoppe credit

 

($50 value for a cost of $40)

1,815.00

Commuter Meal Plan (non-residential students)

486.00

Department Charges

Science Laboratory Fee

35.00

Science Telecourse Fee

40.00

Developmental Mathematics Fee

100.00

Bowling (HPE 1110)

40.00

Golf (HPE 1040)

40.00

Foundations of HPE and Fitness (HPE 2000)

40.00

Senior Seminar (HPE 4500)

40.00

Scuba Diving (HPE 1030)

275.00

Introduction to Health and Fitness (HPE 1000)

35.00

Lifeguard Training (HPE 1240)

10.00

Life of the Christian Minister (REL4100)

60.00

Private instruction in Music (per credit hour)

160.00

Instrument Repair (MUS 3050)

10.00

Teacher Education

 

Foundations of Education (EDU 1500)

130.00

Introduction to Music Education (EDU/MUS 2800)

30.00

Education Course Lab Fee (EDU 433F)

25.00

Instructional Methods (EDU 2700)

30.00

Opening of School Experience (EDU 4630)

25.00

Enhanced Student Teaching (EDU 4640, 4650, 4670)

325.00

Child Care Clinical Experience (EDU 4075)

75.00

Language and Literacy (EDU 3600)

15.00

Social Studies and Humanities (EDU 3310, 3315)

15.00

Reading and Writing (EDU 4125, 4130)

15.00

Teaching Reading and Writing in the Content Areas (EDU 3510)

15.00

Education Practicum Fee

 

(EDU 1010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 4550)

25.00

Math Methods (EDU 3450, 3455)

15.00

Science Methods (EDU 3460, 3465)

20.00

English Language Learners (EDU 3300)

15.00

Post Baccalaureate Summer methods courses

 

(EDU 3160, 3330, 3550, 3710, 3830, 4180, 4260, 4665, 4675, 4820)

15.00

Online courses (EDU 3730, 3740, 3750, 3760)

50.00

Computer intensive courses (EDU 3890, 3930, 3910, 3920, 4065, 4110, 4270, 4820)

50.00

Seminar-Tour courses (EDU 4350, 4360, 4370)

TBA

Processing Fees

Admissions

ACT Test Fee

30.00

Application Fee (non-refundable)

 

(graduate and undergraduate)

25.00

Graduate Physician Assistant Admissions Fee

 

(applies toward tuition if actually enrolls; otherwise, non-refundable)

200.00

Student Development

Residence Hall Fee (3)

25.00

Damage to Residence Halls (4)

TBD

General

Technology Fee (per semester)

50.00

Late Registration Fee

50.00

Returned Check Fee

28.00

Records

CLEP, DANTES, IBO and Advanced Placement Credit (per credit hour)

25.00

Prior Learning Evaluation Fee (per petition)

 

(non-refundable)

50.00

Prior Learning Transcription Fee (per credit hour)

10.00

Directed Study Fee (includes Reading courses)

50.00

Graduation Fee (undergraduate, senior year)

100.00

Graduation Fee (master's program)

100.00

Graduation Fee (doctoral program)

200.00

Additional specific charges and fees for MHR, EdD, and other graduate program fees are published in their respective catalogs.

(1)

Senior citizens, 60 years of age or older, may audit up to 3 hours per semester tuition-free on space available basis with approval of instructor and vice president for academic affairs. Does not apply to trips, special degree programs, or course fees. If credit desired, post baccalaureate rate applies.

(2)

Directed Study taken through the Post Baccalaureate Program is charged regular University tuition plus fee.

(3)

Is refundable up to the day of registration if the student decides not to attend Trevecca.

(4)

Damage in a residence hall for which responsibility cannot be determined will be charged on a pro rata basis to all residents during the semester. Person(s) known to be responsible for vandalism will be charged the full amount personally. Damage in a student's room is charged to the resident(s) of that room or to the person(s) known to have caused the damage.

Methods of Payment

The registration of a student signifies an agreement by the student and his or her parents to fulfill the related financial obligations for that semester and to comply with the payment policies established by the University and reflected in this Catalog. The University expects that every student will care for his or her account and believes that responsibility for handling the student account is part of the educational experience.

Expenses Are Due and Payable as Follows:

All expenses for the semester, after subtraction of financial aid awards, are due and payable before the beginning of classes for that semester. Students should come prepared to pay for their books and supplies at the time of registration.

Trevecca has established an agreement with the Tuition Management Systems (TMS) to administer our tuition payment plan. An interest free payment plan is available to enable students to more easily budget and afford their educational expenses. Students who are not prepared to pay their semester charges in full at the time of registration should contact the Accounting Office for information regarding the TMS tuition payment plan.

A one and a half percent (1.5%) interest charge will be added at the end of each month to any unpaid balance which is at least thirty (30) days old. Each semester must be paid in full before registering for a new semester. Any student who has become delinquent through failure to make payment or proper financial arrangements will be subject to disenrollment until such matters are satisfactorily resolved with the Accounting Office. Should a student fail to pay his or her account in full or make acceptable payment arrangements with the Accounting Office, the account may be referred to an outside collection agency. If this becomes necessary, the student will be responsible for all costs of collection including reasonable attorney fees if applicable.

No degrees or certificates will be awarded and no transcript of credits will be issued until all financial obligations to the University are discharged in full. For immediate release, payment must be in the form of cash, credit card, money order, or cashier's check. Payment by personal check will necessitate a delay of ten working days before transcripts or diplomas will be released. All sales in the bookstore are to be cash, check, or credit card. The University reserves the right to make financial changes for any and all charges between times of publication of any catalogs or student handbooks.

Refund Policy

For students withdrawing from all classes or dropping a course, the following refund policy applies to tuition, fees, the meal plan, and housing. All refund periods are based on the actual weeks of classes.

After late registration, there will be no refund of Student Fees or Course Fees.

Within the first week of classes* — 100% refund of tuition, meals, housing

Within the second week of classes — 80% refund of tuition, meals, housing

Within the third week of classes — 60% refund of tuition, meals, housing

Within the fourth week of classes — 40% refund of tuition, meals, housing

Within the fifth week of classes — 20% refund of tuition, meals, housing

*The week begins with the first day of classes and ends seven days thereafter. For instance, if classes begin on Wednesday, 100% drop period will expire the following Tuesday evening.

After fifth week — no refund

No refund will be considered past the fifth week of classes in any semester.

Dates and prorating percentages for Summer are printed with the Summer schedule.

When sufficient space is available, a non-enrolled student may remain in University housing for one additional semester. Approval must be granted by the Office of Student Development and completed by making satisfactory financial arrangements with the Accounting Office. Permission will be contingent upon paying (1) full meal plan, and (2) full room cost. Full payment is due at the beginning of the semester.

Financial Aid

Trevecca Nazarene University offers a comprehensive program of financial aid in the form of scholarships, grants-in-aid, loans, and part-time employment. A student must be admitted to the University before an award will be made.

The financial aid program at Trevecca serves a twofold purpose: (1) to recognize overall academic scholarship and outstanding achievement in specific areas and (2) to assist students who find it difficult or impossible to attend college without financial help.

Student Aid is administered in conjunction with a nationally established philosophy which is based on the belief that parents are the primary resource for helping students to meet educational expenses. The student's assets also should be considered. Financial Aid becomes a bridge to fill the gap between the student's potential resources and University costs.

Any student starting Trevecca without a high school diploma or its equivalent is classified as a special student. Special students are not eligible for federal aid.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

To determine need, the University utilizes the FAFSA. All students seeking financial assistance are required to submit a copy of the FAFSA or, in the case of upperclassmen, the renewal form designating Trevecca Nazarene University as one of the recipients. The following guidelines must be followed:

  1. The Electronic ISIR which comes as a result of the student's completion of the FAFSA, or the renewal form, must be received by July 31.
  2. If the ISIR has not been received by that date, then written proof of mailing of the FAFSA can be substituted.
  3. If the ISIR has not been received and the student does not have proof of mailing of the FAFSA, then the FAFSA signed by the parents (for dependent students) must be presented along with the previous year's tax return(s). The student's tax return, if filed, must also be submitted to Trevecca.
  4. If the student has no ISIR, no proof of mailing, no signed FAFSA, or no tax returns, then he or she cannot register until the next semester unless he or she pays one half, or more, down. The remaining balance could be cared for from pending financial aid.
  5. An ISIR received by July 31 allows time for Trevecca to make an award, for the student to accept the award and complete any loan application(s), for Trevecca to forward the application(s) to the bank, and for the bank to forward Trevecca the money, usually by September 30. Most loans will be back from the bank before the University would begin charging interest.

Deadlines

The FAFSA should be completed in the early spring for the following fall. Aid is awarded on a rolling basis, first come-first served, with March 1 serving as a priority date. Late filers have fewer chances of getting aid. Only one application is required to determine eligibility. For Tennessee residents, the FAFSA will also determine eligibility for a Tennessee Student Assistance Award and the Tennessee HOPE Scholarship. Applications should be filed in February or March, whenever possible. Awarding for first-time students begins in March. Returning students are awarded after the end of the spring semester.

A family's ability to contribute may fluctuate from year to year. Therefore, awards are made for one academic year only. Each applicant must apply annually. The processing of the free application for federal aid takes approximately four weeks at peak periods. The FAFSA can be completed online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. All inquiries and requests should be directed to the Financial Aid Office.

Withdrawal from Classes

Any student who has received federal financial aid and is considering withdrawing from all classes should review the Federal Return of Title IV Funds policy. An example of this policy is available in the Financial Aid Office. Any student wishing to withdraw should begin the process in the Office of Student Development.

Federal Aid for Homeschoolers

Federal law states that, in lieu of an accredited high school diploma or GED, a student is eligible for federal financial aid if "the student has completed a secondary school education in a homeschool setting that is treated as a homeschool or a private school under state law." Homeschoolers are not required to produce a GED or take an ability to benefit test.

Satisfactory Progress for Financial Aid

All students who receive financial aid must make satisfactory progress academically. In order to assure the student makes progress both in terms of numbers of hours completed each semester and cumulative GPA, Trevecca will utilize the following satisfactory progress policy for the 2006-2007 school year:

Progress Standard

  1. Semester Progress: Students MUST, as a minimum, receive a satisfactory grade in the courses they attempt each semester as outlined below:

Student enrolls for:

Student must complete satisfactorily:

12 or more hours

6 hours per semester for the first two years. After that according to the table in #2 below

Students who are working toward a degree by attending less than full-time must complete at least 20 hours per academic year.

Satisfactory grades are A, B, C, D, S, or IP (for one semester only). Unsatisfactory grades are F, U, W, or I.

  1. Cumulative Progress: Students must, in addition to the above, meet the academic probation and suspension standards as outlined in the University Catalog. A student must complete his or her undergraduate degree within six years, as outlined in the following chart.

Academic

# of Credits Successfully

Cumulative Hours

Year

Completed

Completed

1

12

12

2

12

24

3

24

48

4

24

72

5

24

96

6

24

120

Academic work done at other institutions (if accepted by TNU towards their degree) will count in TNU's progress standard.

Due to the remedial work allowed by regulations, TNU reserves the right, in selected (and documented) instances, to determine that a student is making satisfactory progress even though his or her cumulative progress is not meeting published institutional standards.

Financial Aid Probation

  1. Students will be placed on financial aid probation if they fail to meet either standard as outlined above.
  2. Removal from probation — A student will be removed from financial aid probation if he or she is enrolled and satisfactorily completes the year as defined in 1 and 2 under progress standard.

Removal from Financial Aid

  1. A student on financial aid probation who fails to meet the standards of progress will be removed from financial aid.
  2. Any student who receives all F's, U's, W's, or I's, or any combination of these (no progress made whatsoever), in any semester will be removed from financial aid without a probation period.
  3. After four semesters, a student who fails to attain a 1.80 cumulative GPA will automatically lose his/her financial aid.

    NOTE: Removal from financial aid does not prevent a student from enrolling in Trevecca with his or her own finances, if he or she is eligible to re-enroll.

Appeals

Students who are removed from financial aid can appeal that decision to the Scholarship Committee. The appeal must be prepared in writing and be accompanied by appropriate supporting documents.

Reasons that may be acceptable for the appeals are:

  1. Serious illness or accident on the part of the student. This will normally require a supporting statement from the doctor.
  2. Death or serious illness in the immediate family.
  3. Other extenuating circumstances may be acceptable and will be considered.

Eligibility To Have Financial Aid Reinstated

A student may be eligible to have his or her financial aid reinstated whenever he or she enrolls without financial aid and successfully completes enough hours to satisfy the cumulative progress standard.

Trevecca offers counseling and an advising system to assist students in their efforts to achieve educational goals. The Office of Financial Aid encourages all students to use these services to help make their progress toward a degree more successful.

NOTE: This Satisfactory Progress Standard for Financial Aid applies to ALL students whether or not they are receiving federal aid and must be taken into consideration at such time as a student begins to receive federal aid.

Verification

This is the process of checking the accuracy of the information supplied by students when they apply for federal student aid. Not all students are chosen for verification. Tax returns and/or additional information will be requested from those who are chosen by the U.S. Department of Education.

Scholarships

Trevecca Nazarene University annually offers scholarships to students in pursuit of their first academic degree who have exhibited outstanding scholastic achievement. Annual awards are distributed in two equal payments. A student may receive only one academic scholarship per semester. Institutional scholarships at Trevecca can be applied only to fees, tuition, room, meal plan, and books and can never generate a credit balance. Institutional scholarships require a minimum load of twelve hours each semester and will usually not be awarded beyond eight full-time semesters. No institutional scholarships will be given for external academic programming in which no tuition is paid to Trevecca.

All federal/state grants and private scholarships are credited first to the student's account to pay tuition costs. An exception would be any institutional/endowed scholarships specifically designated for tuition. All other institutional/endowed scholarships are to be applied to cover any remaining tuition, room, meal plan, and book expense. Institutional/endowed scholarships will be reduced if a credit remains on a student's account after the above listed expenses have been met with grants and scholarships. Students living in campus housing other than the dorms may use a credit balance resulting from grants and scholarships to cover rent, electricity, and the equivalent of a semester's meal charges in the cafeteria. Food expense for the summer will be based on a semester cost for the on-campus meal plan. Students living in non-campus housing will not be eligible to use a credit balance generated with institutional/endowed scholarships to cover living expenses.

It is the intent of the University to use institutional funds to cover direct expenses, so as to maximize the institution's scholarship funds and to be able to assist as many students as possible.

Academic Scholarships

Freshman Scholarships

  1. Freshman Scholar Award

    A 100% tuition scholarship will be awarded to incoming full-time freshmen who have a standard composite score of 32 or above on the ACT. This scholarship will be renewed as a Dean Scholarship provided a cumulative GPA of 3.75 is achieved.

  2. Freshman Presidential Scholarship

    A $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to incoming full-time freshmen who have a standard composite score of 28-31 on the ACT. This scholarship will be renewed as a Dean Scholarship provided a cumulative GPA of 3.5 is achieved.

  3. Freshman Honor Scholarship

    A $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to incoming full-time freshmen who have a standard composite score of 25-27 on the ACT. This scholarship will be renewed as a Dean Scholarship provided a cumulative GPA of 3.4 is achieved.

  4. Freshman Achievement Scholarship

    A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to incoming full-time freshmen who have a standard composite score of 21-24 on the ACT. This scholarship will be renewed as a Dean Scholarship provided a cumulative GPA of 3.3 is achieved.


Dean Scholarships

The Dean Scholarships are awarded at the end of the spring semester, assuming full-time enrollment for the two previous semesters, for those students with a cumulative 3.3 GPA or higher (does not include summer sessions).

A $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to students with a cumulative 3.5 GPA at the end of two full-time semesters.

A $1,500 scholarship will be awarded to students with a cumulative 3.4 GPA at the end of two full-time semesters.

A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to students with a cumulative 3.3 GPA at the end of two full-time semesters.


Trevecca Scholars

Scholarship awards for TREVECCA SCHOLARS are presented in lieu of Dean Scholarships to full-time* students who maintain a 4.0 GPA.

A $2,300 scholarship will be awarded to students with a cumulative 4.0 at the end of two full-time semesters.

A $2,600 scholarship will be awarded to students with a cumulative 4.0 at the end of four full-time semesters.

A $3,000 scholarship will be awarded to students with a cumulative 4.0 at the end of six full-time semesters.

*Summer sessions or part-time semesters are not considered in the award process.

Transfer students enrolling spring or fall semester who are in pursuit of their first academic degree are eligible for the Dean Scholarship or the Trevecca Scholar Award if they meet the specified requirements. Prior to enrollment at TNU, the applicant's two previous semesters (omitting summer sessions) must be full time. Transfer students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher. These awards for transfers are recommended by the Office of Admissions upon receipt of all final official transcripts.


Institutional Grants-In-Aid

Assistantships (Departmental)

The University offers a limited number of assistantships annually to students of exceptional ability in the various departments. Recommendations are made by the department coordinators.

Athletic Grants

Grants for Intercollegiate Athletics are awarded to students based on athletic ability and skill. Applications for this type of assistance should be made to the Athletic Department. Awards are made through the Financial Aid Office and become part of the "financial aid package."

Music, Radio, and Education Awards

A limited number of awards are made annually to music, radio, and education students upon recommendation of the music department, the director of radio broadcasting, and the education department.

Student Government

Awards are made to officers of the student government and editors of student publications. Students should check with the Office of Student Development for more information.

Nazarene Youth International Grants-in-Aid

Nazarene Youth International grants-in-aid funds are provided by some districts and/or district N.Y.I. organizations of the Southeast Educational Region to assist needy and qualified students who attend Trevecca from their respective districts. Conditions under which these grants are awarded may be obtained by corresponding with the student's district superintendent or the N.Y.I. president. The award is made through the Financial Aid Office of the University.

Church Matching Scholarship

An undergraduate student who is enrolled at Trevecca full-time may be eligible for a Church Matching Scholarship. The student's local church (Trevecca Region) must have paid 100% of the assigned educational budget for the assembly year closing the summer prior to enrollment. This scholarship is available once per academic year for up to four years and is credited in the semester that the funds are received from the local church.

For eligible students the local church will send to Trevecca a church check in the amount of $250 per student, identifying the student(s) to receive the funds. Trevecca will match the funds from the local church with an additional $500 to yield a Church Matching Scholarship of $750.

PK/MK Scholarship

An award of $2,000 annually ($1,000 per semester) for up to eight semesters of undergraduate classes through age 23 will be granted to children of pastors, evangelists and missionaries. Recipients must be Nazarene and take a full academic load (minimum of twelve hours). Pastors, associates/staff members and evangelists must be full-time or the largest part of their service must be given to the church.

Missionaries must be in full-time service in the Church of the Nazarene anywhere around the world.

Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation

The Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation offers scholarships and grants/loans for Tennessee residents enrolled in teacher preparation programs. See http://www.state.tn.us/tsac/grants.htm for specific requirements for each of these awards.

Tennessee Hope Scholarship

Students graduating from a Tennessee High School may be eligible for the Tennessee Hope Scholarship. Entering freshman must have at least an unweighted 3.0 GPA and complete all college core and university track courses (20 units required) or score at least a 21 on the ACT (970 SAT Critical Reading + Math). The basic award is $3,300 (subject to funding by the State Lottery). An additional $1,000 will be awarded if the student has: At least an unweighted 3.75 GPA and 29 ACT (1280 SAT Critical Reading + Math)

or

Parents' adjusted gross income (on FAFSA) is $36,000 or less (dependent student) or student (and spouse) adjusted gross income is $36,000 or less (independent student).

The scholarship can be renewed if the student attempts at least 12 hours per semester and has a cumulative GPA of 2.75 after the first 24 hours. A 3.0 cumulative GPA is required after attempting 48, 72, 96 hours. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to apply for the Tennesee Hope Scholarship.

Appeal procedures for denial of the Hope Scholarship

A student whose Tennessee Hope Scholarship is denied or revoked due to (1) failure to timely enroll or (2) change from full-time to part-time status may appeal that decision. A letter of appeal stating the reason for appeal and including all pertinent documentation should be addressed to the Institutional Review Panel, c/o the Director of Financial Services, Trevecca Nazarene University, 333 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, TN 37210. The Institutional Review Panel is comprised of the director of financial services, the associate director of financial aid, and the director of admissions. Appeals will be reviewed and a decision will be rendered within 14 calendar days after the appeal is properly filed.

If the appeal is denied by the Institutional Review Panel, the student may appeal that decision to the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation's TELS Award Appeals Panel. The student seeking an appeal of a decision rendered by the Institutional Review Panel shall request an appeal, to include a written statement outlining the basis for the appeal, with the Corporation within 14 calendar days from the date that the decision was delivered to the student.


Annual Scholarships

These Scholarships are funded on an annual basis by the donor. Awards are based on available funds and will change from time to time.

BellSouth Scholarship

BellSouth provides an annual scholarship for students from Tennessee.

The Cole Family Foundation Scholarship

The Cole Family Foundation was founded by Dean and Debbie Cole of Warrenville, S.C., to advance the work of God and the church. Realizing the need for trained worship leaders in the church, the Coles have established this scholarship to provide assistance to students planning a career as Minister of Music in the Church of the Nazarene. The scholarship will provide four grants of $5,000 each, annually. The Chairman of the Division of Music will select recipients for the awards.

Patrick J. Conger Business Leadership Scholarship

$500 annually is available for Business majors.

Jim Foglesong Music Scholarship

Scholarship assistance is available for Music majors.

General Superintendent Scholarship

The Board of General Superintendents make available a scholarship for ministerial students.

Pate Class Scholarship

The Pate Class at Nashville First Church of the Nazarene assists a student of their choice each year.

Gerald and Kay Quick Scholarship

Tuition assistance is available for members of Nashville First Church of the Nazarene, who have graduated from Trevecca and are enrolled in the Master of Religion program.

Rev. and Mrs. Robert Robinson Book Fund

Funds are available for students from the North Alabama district to assist with the purchase of textbooks.

UPS Scholarship

The UPS Foundation provides scholarship assistance for needy students.


Endowed Scholarships

Divisional and Departmental Scholarships

The number and actual amount of each of the following scholarships awarded is based on available funds. Scholarships are awarded based on full-time (12 hours) enrollment. Scholarship applications are available in February of each year. Endowed scholarships are credited in the first semester, and like academic scholarships, will be awarded for a total of only four years.

BUSINESS

Billy (Edwards) Eby Scholarship Endowment
A gift from the estate of Billy (Edwards) Eby has provided for a scholarship to assist students majoring in accounting. Billy Eby attended Trevecca from 1946-1948.

Holmes Business Scholarship
This scholarship endowment is established at Trevecca by Everett L. Holmes, who is deeply committed to the need and value of Christian higher education as demonstrated by his having spent over 30 years of dedicated and effective service as a staff member and administrator of Nazarene colleges. The scholarship is provided to assist undergraduate, sophomore, junior, or senior students majoring in business administration or accounting

Skinner Accounting Scholarship
Gerald D. Skinner, C.P.A., has provided an endowment for an annual scholarship to be awarded to a regularly enrolled junior or senior student satisfactorily pursuing an academic program in the field of accounting.

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

James Knear Scholarship
The Knear scholarship is established to benefit needy and worthy students with an interest in communications, who demonstrate social responsibility and satisfactory academic progress. The scholarship was established by Mrs. Sharon Knear, family and friends, in memory of her late husband, James Knear, a former faculty member at Trevecca.

Bill and Barbara Tate Scholarship Endowment
Barbara Tate has established this scholarship in memory of her husband, Bill, and in honor of their three children, Steve, Beverly (Stevenson), and Scott. The scholarship will assist students majoring in communication studies.

The Norman Wimer Scholarship
Brian Brenneman, grandson, has established this scholarship to honor Norman Wimer for his lifetime commitment to the arts. This scholarship will serve to financially assist students who are pursuing dramatic arts.

EDUCATION

The Katherine S. Barber Early Education Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Charles W. and Jerry B. Powell to provide assistance to students from Mississippi who are majoring in Elementary Education.

The William Y. and Elsie B. Cook Education Scholarship
Rev. Cecil Cook has established this scholarship in memory of his parents to assist students in elementary or secondary education.

Costa-Swink Education Scholarship
This scholarship has been established to honor the Costa and Swink family members—Rev. Jerry Costa and Carole Costa, who were members of the TNU faculty, and the Swink and Costa family members who graduated from Trevecca Nazarene University. This scholarship is available to undergraduate students who are planning a career in teaching with education as their major. They must maintain a GPA of 3.0 and show financial need. The University Scholarship Committee shall select the recipients, with recommendations from the director of teacher education.

Lois M. Martin Scholarship
This scholarship is made available by Lois M. Martin in honor of her 37 years of school teaching. She wished to establish this scholarship to assist qualified full-time education majors as they prepare for the teaching profession. The University Scholarship Committee serves as the selection committee for this scholarship.

Mildred McDowell Scholarship
Ruth Cook and Faye Cullen, daughters of Mildred McDowell, along with their spouses make this scholarship available to honor Mrs. McDowell who served for over 29 years as a teacher in the Nashville/Davidson County Metro School District. To qualify for this scholarship students must be elementary education majors and demonstrate financial need. Older, non-traditional students should receive preference.

Dr. John L. Moore Memorial
This scholarship was established in memory of Dr. John L. Moore, Associate Professor of Education at Trevecca, 1967-1971. The University Scholarship Committee shall serve as the committee for selection of recipients who are majoring in elementary education.

G. L. Pennington Educational Scholarship
This scholarship, established in 1990 in memory of G.L. Pennington, shall be awarded to worthy, full-time, regular undergraduate juniors or seniors in the Teacher Education Program who demonstrate social responsibility and satisfactory progress. The recipient and the amount of the scholarship shall be determined by the University Scholarship Committee.

Charles and Megan Powell Elementary Educational Scholarship
Charles W. and Jerry B. Powell, grandparents of Charles and Megan Powell, funded this scholarship to assist students preparing to be teachers in elementary school.

ENGLISH

The Jerry B. English Scholarship
This scholarship, funded by Charles W. and Jerry B. Powell, is established to assist students who are members of Huntsville, Alabama, First Church of the Nazarene, and who are planning to major in English.

The Larry Finger Scholarship
This scholarship is funded by former students and classmates of Dr. Larry Finger in honor of his dedication to a life-long career in Nazarene higher education. The scholarship will provide assistance to students majoring in English or English education. The University Scholarship Committee shall serve as the selection committee.

GENERAL

Homer and Beatrice Adams Scholarship
A scholarship was established by contributions from constituents of the University on the 10th anniversary of President Homer J. Adams' presidency to honor Dr. and Mrs. Homer J. Adams for a decade of outstanding service (1979-89) to Trevecca Nazarene University. The scholarship shall be awarded by the University Scholarship Committee.

The Agape Scholarship
A scholarship has been made available to assist qualified full-time students attending Trevecca Nazarene University. It is the intention of the donors to assist exceptional students with high integrity and a definite financial need. The University Scholarship Committee serves as the selection committee. It will also decide the number of scholarships per year as well as the amount. The recipient should be a U.S. citizen, strong, committed Christian, have definite financial need, and be willing to send an annual thank-you letter to the donor.

Alumni Scholarship Endowment
The Alumni Association awards several scholarships each year to the children of alumni through the Alumni Scholarship Endowment Fund. Preference is given to seniors and juniors with a 2.5 or above GPA and who are in good social standing with the University. Funds are made available through designated gifts and proceeds from the Trevecca Golf Classic. The principal of the fund is invested and 5% of the market value provides the scholarships.

John T. and Eva Green Benson Scholarship
A permanent scholarship has been established by Robert G. Benson in memory of his parents, John T. and Eva Green Benson. The principal of the fund shall be invested and the entire income used by the University to provide scholarships for Trevecca students. In choosing recipients consideration shall be given to those students having the highest grade point average. Financial need may also be considered.

Kenneth Berck Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is established in memory of Dr. Kenneth A. Berck, Sr., by Hulda Harvey Berck, other family members, and friends, to benefit needy and worthy young people.

Donald A. Christianson Scholarship Endowment
This scholarship has been established in memory of Donald A. Christianson, by his children, Barbara Allen and Professor Paul Christianson, PhD. Awards will be made to music majors recommended by Dr. Paul Christianson.

J. F. and Dollie Dunlap Scholarship
This scholarship has been established by Rev. Don Dunlap and Kathryn Riley, children of Rev. J. F. and Dollie Dunlap, to provide financial assistance to full-time students that have financial need.

J. B. and Frances Elizer Scholarship
This scholarship has been established in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Elizer to benefit needy and worthy full-time students at Trevecca. The University Scholarship Committee shall serve as the selection committee.

The Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Inc. Scholarship
The recipient or recipients should be students with need, preferably from the Appalachian region. The recipients shall be chosen by the University Scholarship Committee.

Jean Hurt Graves Scholarship
Mr. William Graves has established this scholarship to honor his wife, Jean Hurt Graves. Needy students that have exhausted every other means of financial assistance may apply for this scholarship.

The Paul and Martha Gresham Scholarship Endowment
The class of 1954 at their 45th reunion established this scholarship in memory of Martha and to honor Dr. L. Paul Gresham for the contributions to their lives during the time they were students. The scholarship is available to students who have financial need.

Gunter Family Scholarship
Dr. Moody Gunter and Dr. Nina Gunter have established this scholarship to assist students from the North Florida District.

R. C. and Jean Henderson Living Investment Scholarship
A scholarship has been provided by a gift to Trevecca by R. C. and Jean Henderson for the benefit of qualified full-time students at Trevecca. The University Scholarship Committee shall serve as the selection committee for the recipients and must choose worthy students with financial need.

Carroll C. James Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is established in memory of Carroll C. James, faithful member of the Rocky Mount, North Carolina, Church of the Nazarene. Awards will be made to students who have maintained passing grades the previous term and are members of the Rocky Mount Church. Funds available for award will be divided equally between students meeting the above criteria. The University Scholarship Committee shall serve as the selection committee for recipients.

Joe and Emma Lee Jared Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship has been established in memory of Joe and Emma Lee Jared by their children to give assistance to worthy and needy students. The recipients are chosen by the University Scholarship Committee.

Buford M. Jewell Scholarship
A scholarship has been established in the memory of Buford M. Jewell, a Nashville educator and former Trevecca student, to assist needy students attending Trevecca Nazarene University. The principal of the fund shall be invested and the income used by the University to provide scholarships to full-time students showing need. The recipient will be chosen by the University Scholarship Committee.

The Howard and Della Lobb and Gilbert and Ruby Murray Scholarship
This scholarship is established in memory of the parents of Laurie and Delores Lobb Murray. Students who are the founders' descendants will be given consideration over non-descendants. When no descendant applies, financially needy students with a 3.0 GPA from the North Florida District are eligible. The University Scholarship Committee is responsible for the selections.

A. B. Mackey Memorial Scholarship
A fund was established by the Alumni Association to perpetuate the memory of A. B. Mackey, who gave 46 years of service to Trevecca—26 years as president. Interest from this fund allows a limited number of scholarships to be given annually.

Mar-Chas Scholarship
This scholarship is made available in honor of Mary K. Templeton and Charles J. Powell I by their parents Charles W. and Jerry B. Powell. It will be awarded to full-time students who are children of lay-members of the Huntsville First Church of the Nazarene. A 2.0 GPA must be maintained.

Dena McBrayer Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is made available in memory of Dena McBrayer by her family and friends. They wish this scholarship to assist promising first-time freshmen who have physical limitations.

Tennie McGhee Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is made available in memory of Tennie McGhee who graduated from Trevecca High School in 1922. She acquired stock in the Nashville Auto Diesel College that is located on Trevecca's old campus site on Gallatin Road. She left this stock to Trevecca in her will, and the earnings fund this scholarship. It is for any full-time student with a 3.0 GPA and a financial need.

Morgan-Nabors Scholarship Endowment
Ladell and Naomi (Nabors) Morgan have established this scholarship in memory of Rev. V. L. Nabors. Students with a strong Christian witness and financial need may qualify.

Lillie Nielsen Scholarship
Raymond A. Nielsen contributed an Indian relics collection valued at $48,000 to be used in the establishment of a scholarship in memory of his mother. The interest earned by the Lillie Nielsen Scholarship fund is awarded annually to worthy students.

The Nixon Scholarship Endowment Fund
This scholarship has been established by alums Dr. Wendel and Judy Nixon of Columbia, S.C. The scholarship will assist first time students from South Carolina. Recipients are chosen by the South Carolina District Scholarship Committee.

Roger and Belle Parker Living Investment Scholarship
This scholarship is made available by Roger and Belle Parker to assist qualified full-time students from South Carolina, with a 2.8 or higher GPA. The recipients are chosen by the University Scholarship Committee. The scholarship is based on financial need. Grants will be made available from the interest earned annually from the corpus.

The President's Cabinet Scholarship
Members of the President's Administrative Cabinet fund this scholarship in order to recognize students who have outstanding leadership qualities. The University Scholarship Committee will screen all applicants and present their nominations to the Cabinet for final selection.

The Millard and Barbara Reed Scholarship Endowment
This scholarship has been established to honor Millard and Barbara Reed who have served the church for over 50 years. Dr. Millard Reed was the 10th president of Trevecca Nazarene University from 1991 to 2005. Stephen and Diane Reed are the son and daughter-in-law of Dr. and Mrs. Reed and are responsible for funding this scholarship which is available to students who are in the sophomore class or above and have financial need.

V. Neil and Earnestine Richardson Scholarship Endowment
Earnestine Richardson established this scholarship in memory of Rev. V. Neil Richardson who served Trevecca as business manager for 20 years. Students with a minimum 3.0 GPA may apply.

The Mary Catherine Eckert Smith Scholarship Endowment
Dr. Harold Ivan Smith '69 established this scholarship in memory of his mother, Mary Catherine Eckert Smith. Female students from the Kentucky District with financial need may qualify for this scholarship.

Soroptimist International of Nashville Scholarship
Soroptimist International of Nashville has provided an annual scholarship to a worthy full-time female student with financial need at Trevecca Nazarene University. She must be an upperclassman with a GPA of 2.0 or more.

Nettie V. Spence Living Investment Scholarship
A scholarship has been provided from the estate of Nettie V. Spence of Mobile, Alabama, to assist qualified full-time students at Trevecca. The University Scholarship Committee serves as the selection committee. A student must be full-time and must show financial need.

The Richard D. Steele Scholarship
Richard D. Steele has provided an endowment for a limited number of four 4-year scholarships to assist qualified full-time students with outstanding academic ability preparing for a professional career in law, medicine, certified public accountants, etc. Preference will be given to students from the state of North Carolina. The University Scholarship Committee will serve as the selection committee and determine the number and amount of each scholarship awarded annually.

M. H. and Joyce Stocks/Rose Merchant Pickard Scholarship
This scholarship is formed from the combination of the R. E. and Laura Merchant Scholarship and the M. H. and Joyce Stocks Scholarship. The University Scholarship Committee will choose the recipients from worthy students who have financial need.

Howard T. Wall, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
A scholarship has been established in the memory of Howard T. Wall, Jr. to assist students at Trevecca Nazarene University. Students should be full-time and should show financial need as well as promise. The University Scholarship Committee will choose the recipients.

Harry Wilson Scholarship
The H. M. Coyne Insurance Agency, Lebanon, Ohio, established this scholarship to honor Mr. Harry Wilson and to assist worthy full-time students attending Trevecca who have financial need and who demonstrate social responsibility and academic progress.

The Haskel Wilson Memorial Scholarship Endowment
Ruby Wilson established this scholarship in memory of her husband, H. Haskel Wilson, successful businessman in the city of Nashville, and longtime member of the Church of the Nazarene. Students with financial need qualify for this scholarship.

HUMAN PERFORMANCE

Betty Ragsdale Scholarship Endowment
J. Dwight Ragsdale established this scholarship to honor his wife Betty. The scholarship will be awarded to one of the Lady Trojan basketball players. To qualify the student must have a minimum SAT score of 22 and/or GPA of 3.0 or above. The student must be of outstanding character and eager to learn. The Lady Trojan coach will recommend the student to receive this award, preferably a starter or a regular substitute player.

Elmore Vail Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is established by David Randy Smith and Rebecca S. Smith to memorialize Mr. Elmore Vail, who was basketball coach at Trevecca from 1974-78. The scholarship will provide assistance to full-time students who are members of Trevecca's intercollegiate men's basketball team and who have financial need.

Michael Todd Welch Basketball Scholarship
This scholarship was created in honor of Michael Todd Welch, a long time manager of the intercollegiate basketball program at Trevecca. It will be awarded to athletes in Trevecca's men's intercollegiate basketball program with preference to members who are members of the Church of the Nazarene. The University Scholarship Committee shall serve as the selection committee based on recommendation by the University basketball coach. The amount to any one athlete will be determined by the basketball coach in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office. To qualify, the recipient must possess and maintain a 2.0 GPA.

Trojan Boosters Scholarship
This scholarship program is established to assist deserving student athletes that are involved in intercollegiate athletics. When gifts and income reach $100,000, the scholarship endowment will begin awarding athletic scholarships. The scholarships provided through this endowment are to be additional monies and are not to replace existing scholarship funds or monies normally budgeted to intercollegiate athletics.

MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RELATIONS

MHR Scholarship
This scholarship was established with a contribution from a class in the MHR program in appreciation for the gratifying experience of the students in the MHR program and for the quality of this educational program. The funds from this scholarship will be awarded to students in the MHR program who demonstrate academic and social responsibility and have financial need.

MISSIONARY/MISSIONARY CHILDREN

Thomas Cook Missionary Scholarship
Rev. Tom Cook established this scholarship in memory of his mother, Mary Frances Cook. Students preparing for missionary service may apply for this scholarship.

McFadden Missionary Scholarship
This fund was established through the will of Winnie H. McFadden to assist students who are missionary candidates, children of missionaries and missionaries who may desire additional courses of instruction.

Nora Dean McNutt Memorial Scholarship Endowment
Rev. Daniel McNutt and daughters Margaret Billow and Danna McNutt have established this scholarship in memory of Nora Dean (Gilliam) McNutt. This scholarship will provide tuition assistance to children of missionaries in active service.

Koy Wright Phillips and Adrienne Hollins Phillips Scholarship
This scholarship is being established to recognize the contributions of service to Trevecca Nazarene College (now University) by Koy Wright Phillips and Adrienne Hollins Phillips who each served 35 years. The scholarship will be awarded to children of Nazarene missionaries who have financial need.

MUSIC

Jonathan Gaertner Scholarship Endowment
Rev. Robert Gaertner established this scholarship to honor his son Jonathan. Students, preferably piano majors, are eligible for this award with preference given to those who plan to use their education in the Christian community.

The David Lunn Miller Scholarship Endowment
Members of the family of Dr. David Lunn Miller, former professor, funded this scholarship which will provide assistance for students who are taking private organ lessons.

Speer Family Scholarship
This scholarship established to honor the music ministry of the members of the Singing Speer Family will provide scholarship assistance to students majoring in music with a preference for vocal performance.

Templeton-Powell Music Scholarship
Charles W. Powell and Jerry B. Powell have established this scholarship in honor of their granddaughters, Melissa and Jennifer Templeton-Powell. Students preparing for a degree in music may qualify for this scholarship.

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT

Rev. A. J. Barber P.A. Scholarship Endowment
Lay-members of Huntsville, AL Church of the Nazarene may qualify for this scholarship established by Mrs. Jerry Powell in memory of her father.

Thomas M. Hyde Allied Health/P.A. Scholarship
Thomas M. Hyde has established this scholarship in memory of his parents, George M. and Doris E. Hyde. Students in the Physician Assistant or Allied Health programs may qualify for the scholarship award.

Vastbinder Scholarship Endowment
This scholarship has been established to honor Dr. Earl Vastbinder, founding director of the Physician Assistant program at Trevecca Nazarene University. Earnings from the endowment will assist students during rotation.

RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY

Kelly Dianne Allen Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is established in memory of the daughter of David and Sandra Allen by grandparents Dr. E. Drell and Geraldine M. Allen. Eligibility is limited to women students who are called to Christian ministry (excluding music ministry).

Mack and Annie Lou Anderson Scholarship
Established in memory of the Andersons, former district superintendent and wife of the Georgia District Church of the Nazarene from 1947-68, this scholarship provides a one-time gift in the amount of $250 to all first-time students that are children of Georgia District Nazarene pastors.

Marguerite Chilton Scholarship Fund
A scholarship has been established in the memory of Marguerite Chilton to assist needy and worthy students preparing for missionary work. The principal of the fund shall be invested and the income used by the University to provide scholarships to give in her memory. The recipient(s) will be chosen by the University Scholarship Committee.

Leon G. and Marie Cook Scholarship Endowment
Dr. D. Ray Cook established this scholarship in memory of his parents. Awards from this scholarship will benefit students who are preparing for full time ministry in the Church of the Nazarene.

Edward F. Cox Memorial Scholarship
Family members and friends have established this scholarship in memory of Dr. Edward F. Cox to benefit needy and worthy young people studying for full-time ministry.

The Greathouse Scholarship Fund
The Greathouse Scholarship Fund has been established at Trevecca as a three-year (up to 12 hours for the fall semester and 12 hours for the spring semester) scholarship to be awarded annually to one Trevecca Nazarene University graduate entering Nazarene Theological Seminary and demonstrating potential for the integration of scholarship and ministry. The Fund was established by a group of interested supporters led by Dr. William Greathouse, General Superintendent Emeritus, and Dr. Gary Allen Henecke, Pastor of Nashville First Church of the Nazarene and dedicated laymen.

Ausby E. Guyer Scholarship
An endowed scholarship has been established for needy students preparing for the ministry or missions. Recipients are chosen by the University Scholarship Committee, in consultation with the Department of Religion and Philosophy. The University Scholarship Committee will decide number of scholarships per year as well as the amount.

Katherine Grigsby Memorial Scholarship
An anonymous donor has established this scholarship for ministerial students.

Dr. C. E. Hardy Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is established in memory of Dr. C. E. Hardy, second president of Trevecca Nazarene College from 1915 to 1935. During this time he served three periods of his own presidency and the interim presidency of three others. The scholarship will be awarded to freshmen students majoring in religion.

Maxine Moore Hendershot Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship, established by Dr. H. Harvey Hendershot and Mr. Jim Hendershot, is in memory of Maxine Moore Hendershot—devoted wife and mother. The scholarship shall be awarded to students who are children of Nazarene missionaries or students themselves who are preparing for a missionary career. The scholarship shall be awarded by the University Scholarship Committee.

Mary Dell and Hobert Hendrix Memorial Scholarship
Bill and Dona Harris have established this scholarship in memory of Mary Dell (Harris) Hendrix and Rev. Hobert Hendrix. Students pursuing a degree in ministry, preaching or music, may qualify for this award.

Jarratt Ministerial Scholarship
This scholarship has been established by Harold and Louise Jarratt in memory of Alvie B. Jarratt and Loyce (Mannon) Jarratt, parents of Harold Jarratt, and in memory of granddaughter, Allison Nicole Jarratt. Students planning to be a minister of the gospel or a missionary may qualify for this scholarship.

Glen Jones Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship, established to honor the memory of Dr. Glen Jones, is to assist full-time students preparing for the ministry from the Churches of the Nazarene on the East Tennessee District. This scholarship is awarded by the University Scholarship Committee upon recommendation by the dean of the School of Religion and the district superintendent of the East Tennessee District.

Arthur E. and Flora Rhoades Kelly Scholarship
A scholarship has been made available by Rev. Arthur E. Kelly to assist married students at Trevecca who are preparing for full-time pulpit ministry. This scholarship will be administered by the scholarship committee of Trevecca with first priority going to students from South Carolina. Ministerial students with children will be given priority for this scholarship.

Kercher Memorial Scholarship
A scholarship, provided by R. Paul Kercher and Grace Kercher Boyett in memory of Rev. and Mrs. George Kercher and son, John Wesley Kercher, has been established to provide assistance to older full-time ministerial students who accept the call to the ministry later in life. The interest earned from the investment of the corpus shall be used to benefit such students as may qualify and will be selected by the University Scholarship Committee. The amount of the scholarship will depend upon the interest earned annually.

Mrs. Madeline G. Kerns Scholarship
This scholarship has been established by Wilmer (Bill) L. Kerns, Ph.D. to honor the memory of his mother Madeline G. Kerns. Awards will be to students showing a financial need with preference being given to students who are called to full-time ministry (pastoral, teaching, counseling, music) whose major is consistent with career choice.

Erskine C. Key, Sr. Memorial Mission Scholarship Fund
This scholarship has been provided by Mr. Kenneth Key of Jasper, AL, for the purpose of helping students that are preparing for ministry in missions, who demonstrate a commitment to the call to world missions and show promise of effective service. Preference shall be given to seniors.

The Knippers-Cooner Scholarship
Mr. E. C. Knippers and Ms. Elzora Cooner Knippers established this scholarship in memory of Karen K. Knippers, daughter of Mr. E. C. Knippers. Students preparing to be a missionary or minister and have financial need may qualify for this scholarship.

Earnest W. McDowell Scholarship
This scholarship is funded with gifts from Ruth and Cecil Cook, and Faye and Robert Cullen, to memorialize Rev. Earnest W. McDowell, father of Ruth Cook and Faye Cullen. His love for the ministry and his family will live on through this scholarship that provides assistance to female students, from the Southeastern states, preparing for ministry or missions.

Rev. Clifton Nixon Memorial Scholarship
Rev. Nixon established this scholarship in his estate plan. Students preparing for ministry in the Church of the Nazarene with financial need may qualify for this scholarship. Having a GPA of 3.0 is required.

Charles W. Powell Ministerial Scholarship Endowment
This scholarship is funded by Charles W. and Jerry B. Powell in honor of Charles W. Powell, businessman and devoted churchman. The award will be made to students from Huntsville, Alabama, First Church of the Nazarene who are planning to major in religion with the preaching ministry as their calling.

Presidential Endowed Scholarship
Trevecca has a unique opportunity that has been provided by the generous gift of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Skinner. The scholarship endowment offered by this gift will provide ten scholarships each year for promising students preparing for full-time Christian service. The available funds will be allocated in the following manner:

2 sophomores will divide 13% of available funds
3 juniors will divide 27% of available funds
5 seniors will divide 60% of available funds

A special committee exists to select students eligible for this scholarship program. Students should check with the School of Religion for the eligibility criteria.

Fred Sartin Scholarship
Rev. Fred Sartin established this scholarship through a bequest to the school. It was his desire that his life and ministry be carried on through the lives of others as they preach faithfully the word of God. The scholarship will be awarded to a ministerial student that has financial need.

Audrey L. Schlamb Scholarship Fund
A scholarship endowment has been established by the last will and testament of Miss Audrey L. Schlamb, a member of the Highland Park Church of the Nazarene in Lakeland, Florida. Income from the endowment will provide assistance to men or women who are called by God to His ministry.

Frances Spear Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is funded with gifts from the Southern Florida District Church of the Nazarene and Robert and Norma Spear to memorialize the deceased wife of Dr. Robert H. Spear. Awards will be made to students from the Southern Florida District who are planning a career as full-time minister in pastoral ministry in the Church of the Nazarene.

Dr. Rob L. Staples Scholarship Endowment
The Kentucky District Church of the Nazarene established this scholarship to honor one of their favorite sons, Rob Staples. Theological students may receive assistance with the purchase of books with this scholarship.

Earl and Elizabeth Vennum Scholarship
An annual scholarship is made available by Howard and Gladys Marks in honor of Rev. Earl and Elizabeth Vennum. At least $1,500.00 annually is awarded to a student of outstanding ability preparing for the preaching ministry. The recipient is recommended by the School of Religion in consultation with the director of financial aid.

The Vera Wright Memorial Scholarship Endowment
This scholarship has been funded by the estate of Vera Wright and is to benefit students who are full-time and major in Religion. The student must be from the Tennessee District of the Church of the Nazarene.

Wynkoop Memorial Scholarship Endowment
An estate gift from Ralph and Mildred Bangs Wynkoop has established this scholarship endowment to be distributed by the department of Religion.

Robert E. Yates Family Scholarship
This scholarship, created by Robert E. Yates in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Yates' son, Robert Cameron Yates, is to assist qualified full-time students attending Trevecca and preparing for full-time pastoral ministry. The University Scholarship Committee will determine the amount of the scholarship, the number of scholarships, and the recipients.

SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

Beach Physics Scholarship Endowment
The purpose of this endowment is to provide assistance to the same student for four years who is planning to major in physics. The scholarship is being established by Dr. and Mrs. Harold Stewart in honor of his grandfather, Ernest Beach and his mother Leona Beach Stewart. This scholarship is to be awarded only to an incoming freshman but can follow that same student in the following years if requirements are met.

Ian Alexander McGranahan Memorial Scholarship
Jeffrey and Susan McGranahan established this scholarship in memory of their 20-month-old son, Ian Alexander McGranahan. This scholarship shall be awarded to students majoring in math, science, or computer science who demonstrate financial need, who maintain a 3.0 GPA, and whose parents are ministers (priority given but not limited). Selections are made by the University Scholarship Committee.

Nyssen Chemistry Scholarship
This scholarship is funded by Margreth and Gerard Nyssen to memorialize Mrs. Margreth Nyssen and Mr. Howard Nyssen, parents of Dr. Gerard Nyssen. The scholarship will be awarded to a junior or senior who is planning a career in chemistry or a chemistry-related profession.

Stewart Physics Scholarship
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Stewart have established an endowed scholarship to provide assistance to students who are planning to major in physics. Dr. Stewart is a physics professor at the University. The scholarship will be awarded to an incoming freshman for one year only who meets the requirements of the scholarship. Financial need will be considered after all other qualifications are met.

Thompson Physics Scholarship
This scholarship is established in honor of Ruth Thompson, a teacher who provided inspiration and encouragement to Dr. Harold Stewart when he was an undergraduate science student. The purpose of this endowment is to provide assistance to students who are majoring in physics. More specific qualifications are listed in the scholarship agreement. The University physics faculty serves as the selection committee.

Fuqua Biology Scholarship
Dr. Ann Fuqua established this scholarship to assist upperclassmen who are majoring in Biology with plans to go into a medical related field.

SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

Dr. James R. Caldwell Scholarship Endowment
Shirley Caldwell established this scholarship to honor the memory of Dr. James R. Caldwell, former professor of psychology at Trevecca, who served faithfully for twenty years. Students majoring in psychology with a strong Christian testimony may qualify for this scholarship.

The Grand Four Scholarship
Charles and Jerry Powell established this scholarship to honor their four grandchildren, Melissa Templeton-Powell, Jennifer Templeton-Powell, Charles J. Powell II and Megan Powell. The scholarship will be awarded to students from the North Alabama District who are majoring in psychology. They must demonstrate academic progress and financial need. The University Scholarship Committee shall determine the recipients of this award.

Julie Smith Runyan Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is made available by Gregory P. Runyan in memory of his wife, Julie Smith Runyan. It is established to assist qualified full-time social work majors, giving a high priority to those with financial need, as they pursue a career as a social worker, a noble and worthwhile profession.

Arthur Jeffery Williams Scholarship
Students majoring in history may qualify for this scholarship established by Dr. "Toby" and Pat Williams in memory of their son. A GPA of 3.5 or above and financial need is required.


Grants

Federal PELL Grant Program

The Federal Pell Grant, funded by the Federal Government, presently ranges in value from $400 up to $4050 depending on need. Applications are available from the high school guidance counselors, the Trevecca Financial Aid Office, and other public facilities. Students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant

The Federal SEOG, funded by the Federal Government, is made available to students with financial need who apply early and is part of a financial aid package in accordance with Federal regulations. The duration of student eligibility (enrolled at least half-time) is for the period required for the completion of the first undergraduate bachelor's degree. Awards will range from $200 to $2000 annually.

The Tennessee Student Assistance Award

The State of Tennessee has appropriated limited funding to assist Tennessee residents with Awards from $2322 to $5538. Awards are made by the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation and are based on need. A Free Application for Federal Student Aid is required. Applications for this program are available from high school guidance counselors, the Trevecca Financial Aid Office, or the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation, Suite 1950 Parkway Towers, Nashville, TN 37219-5097. The priority deadline for making application (including a completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is April 1. Applicants are urged to have their information in the mail by mid-March.


Loans

Federal Perkins Loan Program

The Federal Perkins Loan Program provides money to students with established need at a low interest rate and long term repayment. The loans bear no interest to the borrower until nine months after graduation or interruption of study; then the interest rate is 5% of the unpaid balance. The minimum monthly repayment is $40.00. Loan repayment may be deferred for periods during which a borrower: (1) is at least a half-time student; (2) is pursuing a course of study in an approved graduate fellowship program or approved rehabilitation training program for disabled individuals excluding a medical internship or residency program; (3) is unable to find full-time employment, but not in excess of three years; (4) may be suffering an economic hardship, but not in excess of three years; and, (5) is engaged in service described under the cancellation provisions.

Trevecca Nazarene University has a limited amount of money available for making awards from the Perkins Loan Fund. In order to use the available funds in the most effective, strategic way to accomplish the mission of the University, it will be our policy to award Perkins Loan Funds only to traditional Undergraduate students who are enrolled full-time (at least 12 hours).

Federal Stafford Loan Program

  • Long term, variable interest rate not to exceed 8.25%.
  • Undergraduate students enrolled for at least 6 credit hours.
  • Graduate students enrolled for at least 3 credit hours.
  • Need based; must apply for Pell Grant (FAFSA).
  • Up to $2,625 per year for first, and $3,500 for second year undergraduates; $5,500 per year for undergraduates who have successfully completed the first and second year but have not completed their program; $8,500 for graduate or professional, maximum total of $23,000 for undergraduates or a total of $138,500 for undergraduate and graduate study combined.

Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Program

The annual as well as the aggregate loan limits are the very same as the Subsidized Stafford Loan (less amounts borrowed under that program) for dependent students. However, the independent student can borrow additional funds through the Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Program. Loan limits may vary according to the student's year in college. The interest rate and cap is the same as the Subsidized Stafford, except the borrower is responsible for accrued interest. Interest may be capitalized at the borrower's request.

Federal Parent Loan Program (Plus)

  • Long term, variable interest rate not to exceed 9%.
  • Repayment starts within 60 days after loan is fully disbursed

On all the Federal Family Education Loan Programs mentioned above, there is an origination fee. These fees will reduce the net amount of the loan proceeds. To qualify, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).


Employment Opportunities

Federal College Work Study Program

Federal funds are available at Trevecca to assist students who have established that they need part-time employment in order to pursue their college studies. FCWSP jobs may be on campus or at an off-campus nonprofit agency. Trevecca has an off-campus agreement with the Boys/Girls Club. FCWSP employment is determined by the student's need, skills, and willingness to work, the availability of funds, and job vacancies. Job listings are maintained in the Career Planning Office. Students must complete the FAFSA to be eligible for the FCWSP.

Campus Employment

A limited number of Trevecca funds are available for students who have established need and who do not qualify for FCWSP. TNU campus employment is determined by the student's skills and willingness to work, the availability of funds, and job vacancies. Job listings are maintained in the Career Planning Office.

Off-Campus Employment

The Career Planning Office will assist students in locating community work opportunities. Job listings are maintained in the Career Planning Office.


Other Aid Programs

Vocational Rehabilitation

Students who feel they may qualify under this program should contact their local office or the Academic Records Office of Trevecca Nazarene University.

Benefits for Veterans

Veterans may be eligible for educational assistance under Public Law 94-502 and 95-202, 96-342, 96-466, 98-525, 99-576, and 100-48. Application should be made to the Veterans Administration regional office having custody of the veteran's file.

Public Law 634 and Public Law 90-631 provide educational assistance to (1) widow, sons, and daughters of deceased veterans who died while in service, or after discharge from a service-connected disability; and (2) wives, sons, and daughters of veterans who have service-connected disability considered to be total and permanent in nature. Application should be made to the Veterans Administration regional office having custody of the veteran's file.

Under the provisions of Public Law 894, veterans who, as a result of a service connected disability, require re-training or other vocational rehabilitation, may be entitled to educational assistance. Inquiry should be made to the Veterans Administration regional office having custody of the veteran's file.

Certificates of eligibility to be used at registration will be issued by the appropriate regional office of the Veterans Administration to those who are eligible for educational benefits. Questions regarding veterans' benefits at Trevecca should be directed to the director of academic records.

Company Aid

Many employers have scholarships and/or loans for children of their employees. Parents should investigate this possibility.

Private Scholarships

Students are encouraged to use the web site www.fastweb.com to search for private scholarships.