New semester means renewed vision for Trevecca’s social work program

When the fall semester began in September, Trevecca students were sure to notice a few changes to the University’s social work program.The biggest change was who was at the helm. After the previous director of the program and the field director both retired at the end of last school year []

Student Life, Nashville

Trevecca students and staff serve as Red Kettle Initiative bell-ringers

Trevecca has been giving back to the community this season by participating in the Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle Initiative. Over the past two weeks, students, faculty and staff have been standing outside Kroger supermarkets in the area in an effort to raise money to help aid the poor and those []

Student Life, Nashville

Trevecca announces new School of Music and Worship Arts

Trevecca Nazarene University is the place to study music in Music City. Trevecca’s Board of Trustees underlined their commitment to musicians and the music industry when they voted unanimously on November 6 to form the School of Music and Worship Arts. Effective January 1, 2016, the action moves all of Trevecca’s []


Trevecca launches on-campus NSAI chapter

Songwriters now have one more reason to feel at home in Trevecca’s music programs. The University recently started its own chapter of the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) on campus. NSAI is the world’s largest not-for-profit songwriters trade association. Their mission statement says, “NSAI includes songwriters from all genres of music []

Trevecca names new military liaison

Trevecca is committed to honoring military veterans and their families. Now, as a 2016 Military Friendly school, designated by G.I. Jobs, the university is working to better serve prospective and current military students with the addition of a Trevecca military liaison. Lewis Bridges, former enrollment specialist in the School of Graduate []

President's office

University announces educational partnership with Chinese university

On October 22, Trevecca Nazarene University hosted a delegation from the Tianjin College of Commerce (TCC). The group met with Trevecca officials to discuss an educational partnership that will span several years. The representatives from TCC included Qian Weirong, president; Li Zhanqi, director of international cooperation and exchange, as well as []

Athletics, Student Life, Nashville

Trevecca’s baseball team serves kids with Down Syndrome

Music filled the air as the honored guests walked the red carpet. But the late October event wasn’t a star-studded awards show or a reception for Nashville celebrities. It was the Autumn Prom, and the guests of honor were children and teens with Down Syndrome.  Trevecca’s baseball team was excited to []

Trevecca named Military Friendly® School, announces new military scholarship

Trevecca Nazarene University was recently named a 2016 Military Friendly® School by Victory Media. The designation is awarded to colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace military students and ensure their success in the classroom and after graduation. To receive the Military Friendly® designation, universities must []

Alumni, Spiritual Life

Trevecca students answer God’s call to serve in Europe

In early November, the final doors opened for a team of six Trevecca alumni and soon-to-be graduates minister on the frontlines of the refugee crisis in Europe. []

Trevecca students get hands-on learning opportunity with electron microscopes

Dr. Fred Cawthorne with students Jordan VanNest (left) and Emily Davis (right)Trevecca science students now have another unique opportunity to learn research skills, thanks to a new electron microscopy laboratory. A generous contribution in March 2015 allowed Trevecca’s Department of Science and Mathematics to acquire a field-emission scanning electron microscope []

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