First graduates of Christian Ministry Online

Trevecca’s first graduating class for the new Christian Ministry Online program walked across the stage at the University’s May graduation ceremony. Eight students earned their Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Ministry through the new online bachelor’s degree offered by the College of Lifelong Learning.The program, led by associate director []

Trevecca named a 2015 Christian College of Distinction

Trevecca Nazarene University was nationally recognized by education professionals as one of the 2015 Christian Colleges of Distinction. The Christian Colleges of Distinction expand a student’s worldview with Christian principles and ideas, and prepare both the heart and mind for success. Christian colleges or universities with Christ at their center allow []

Trevecca announces winners of McClurkan Scholarships

Each year Trevecca awards two McClurkan Scholarships, full-tuition scholarships to incoming freshmen who have demonstrated leadership qualities and academic excellence. Applicants for the incoming freshman class who have minimum 29 ACT or 1280 SAT and a 3.5 high school GPA and who have distinguished themselves by their leadership activities may be []

Death of Dr. Mike Moredock

Gerald Michael Moredock, MD, 66, passed on April 14, 2015.Dr. Moredock attended Indiana Wesleyan University, Indiana University, and Indiana University School of Medicine, then practiced medicine in Montana, North Dakota, and Tennessee. He came to Trevecca Nazarene University in 1986 where he was Medical Director of University Health, later Chair []

Nashville

Trevecca partners with the Nashville Sounds

Trevecca is excited to partner with the Nashville Sounds for the fourth consecutive season as the official sponsor of the FAITH NIGHTS® concert series.Lots of anticipation is building for the inaugural season of baseball at First Tennessee Park for the Sounds. Four Sunday home games this season are on the []

Trevecca students win five awards at state contest

Journalism students from Trevecca took home five awards Saturday at the Tennessee Associated Press College Contest.Trevecca students were recognized among more than 200 nominees from all over the state—from both public and private schools. Second Place Best Newspaper Feature: Olivia KelleySecond Place Best Online Spot Coverage: Maci ShingletonThird Place Best Online []

Arbor Day Foundation honors Trevecca with 2014 Tree Campus USA® recognition

Trevecca Nazarene University was honored with 2014 Tree Campus USA® recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management.Tree Campus USA is a national program created in 2008 by the Arbor Day Foundation and sponsored by Toyota to honor colleges and universities for effective campus []

Trevecca’s online MHR program offers flexibility and makes dreams a reality

She wasn’t sure she could do it. But she knew she was going to give it her all.After waiting 20 years and having four children, Marilea White decided to go back to school.White is on track to graduate this May with her Bachelor of Arts in Management and Human Relations []

Athletics, Student Life

Spring break means service for many Trevecca students

Spring break is typically a time for students to relax before finishing out the spring semester. Some students spend the week at home with family, some unwind in a warmer location, but some spend the break ministering and serving others in need.This year Trevecca had four groups of students serving []

Students nominated for state journalism awards

Trevecca Nazarene University journalism students are finalist in the Tennessee Associated Press College Contest in five categories.“It’s truly an honor. It’s exciting to see students listed among some of the biggest and historically best colleges in the state,” journalism instructor Jo Ellen Werking-Weedman said. Student newspaper editor Nadia Smith is nominated []

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