Trevecca Nazarene University

Campus recovery efforts

Campus personnel continue to assess the damage resulting from the weekend flooding of Nashville. Plant operations and the print shop, housed in one building, sustained significant damage. Yesterday employees from other offices pitched in to help clean up the print shop, which lost much of its inventory of paper and sustained damage to copying/printing equipment. The print shop is closed for now. Plant operations lost equipment and tools.

Some classroom/office buildings on campus are still without power today, but plant operations personnel worked through the night, trying to resolve the problems. Generators were brought it, and personnel continue to work on these issues.

Because of the lack of electricity in some classrooms, classes were moved to other buildings so that today's final exam schedule could proceed.

All other campus services are functioning normally.

The campus is cooperating with the request from the mayor's office to conserve water. Students and employees have been asked to reduce their water use. The campus sprinkler system has been turned off.

In their spare time between final exams, students continue to help Hands On Nashville's relief efforts in shelters around the city.

Commencement will take place on schedule on Saturday, May 8, at 9 AM.