News

  1. Commencement ceremonies held

    More than 6,000 were in attendance for Trevecca's Commencement ceremonies held on Saturday, May 6 at 9 A.M. on the campus quad.
  2. Smith chosen athletic director of the year

    Trevecca's own Alan Smith is chosen as the 2006 TranSouth Conference Athletic Director of the Year.
  3. 2006 Commencement

    Trevecca will award diplomas to 764 graduates for the 105th commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 6. The baccalaureate service will be Friday, May 5.
  4. Students place second in global business simulation

    A group of three Trevecca Nazarene University business students recently placed second in a global internet-based business simulation.
  5. Trevecca earns ├ČLeast student debt├« ranking

    In the latest U.S. News and World Report listing of "America's Best Colleges 2006" Trevecca was included in a top three ranking for the least student debt.
  6. Students spend weekend in tornado cleanup

    A volunteer team of 28 students aided in the cleanup of Gallatin area devastation left from the tornado that hit on April 7.
  7. Final employee chapel of the year

    The final employee chapel of the year was held on Monday, April 24 and featured six graduating seniors, who spoke about their experiences at Trevecca.
  8. Forehand Gets #200, Trevecca #900

    Baseball coach Jeff Forehand recently picked up his 200th career win on the collegiate level and is now the second winningest coach in Trevecca baseball history.
  9. Chapel speaker calls for Christians to "redeem the earth"

    Susan Drake Emmerich, environmentalist, asks chapel listeners to participate in God's redemptive plan by their attention to caring for creation.
  10. "Traveler in the Dark" presented this week

    Performances of Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatist Marsha Norman's "Traveler in the Dark" will be April 20, 21, and 22.