Trevecca Nazarene University is a busy place from late August until early May. After commencement when students leave, the campus seems abandoned and lonesome. This ghost-town image does not last long because soon after the excitement of each school year is over, the anticipation of summer events begins.
Mini-term classes are offered each summer for students who have the necessary motivation to study while the warm sunshine beckons them. Trevecca offers three terms in which students may enroll.
The campus becomes a place of retreat for youth groups as they spend time in recreation, devotion, and fellowship. Also, the summer schedule includes a Freshman Orientation session, a great opportunity for rising college students to visit the campus and meet some of the faculty, staff, and administration.
Additionally, many organizations host events at Trevecca. Steve Hurst and Ben Speer offer annual summer music schools, and the Y.E.S. Conference, Mission Encounter, and PALCON 2004 are also held on the campus. PALCON 2004 is an event for pastors and ministers in the Church of the Nazarene.
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