Trevecca Nazarene University

President reports highlights of past 12 years

In his report to the Trevecca Board of Trustees on November 7, 2003, President Millard Reed noted the highlights of the past twelve years. The following accomplishments were included: *Completely remodeled and upgraded all residence halls *Wired all dorm rooms for computer access and installed computer labs in the dorms *Initiated a continuous meal plan *Increased enrollment from 1386 to 1911 *Increased the total credit-hour production *Adopted a new admission policy with minimum standards *Earned reaffirmation of accreditation from SACS Commission on Colleges *Moved to Level-V status (doctorate-granting) *Earned approval from Tennessee State Board of Education in 1993, 1998, and 2003 *Increased University's equity position from $10.4 million to $35.6 million *Increased endowments from $2.52 million to $11.22 million *Increased unfunded scholarships from $614,949 to $3,454,713 *Purchased 14 properties *Built a new library and converted the old library into a home for the School of Education *Increased budget support of Churches of the Nazarene by nearly $1 million to $2,590,052 in 2003 *Increased percentage of church support from 80.4% to 87.8% *Launched and completed "Celebrate the Century" campaign that raised $28.5 million