Nashville, President's office

Trevecca welcomes 200 high school students to campus

Trevecca Nazarene University will welcome 200 high school students Wednesday, February 25 as part of the Education Equal Opportunity Group’s 14th annual Project Save-a-Student Leadership and Training Conference. []

Athletics, Student Life, Alumni, Nashville, President's office, Spiritual Life

Trevecca releases annual President’s Report

Trevecca Nazarene University and Trevecca President Dan Boone released their annual President’s Report featuring testimonials from students and employees alike on the culture and success of Trevecca categorized within three core values. []

Classes canceled till 10 AM, Feb. 18

Due to weather, all classes are cancelled until 10:00 AM on Wednesday, February 18.Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to use their best judgment on travel. Students should contact their instructor if road conditions do not allow safe travel. Staff should contact their supervisor if they are unable to safely []

Classes canceled for Tuesday, Feb. 17

Due to weather, all classes are canceled for Tuesday, February 17. Employees should only report if necessary.For any other updates, check our Twitter and Facebook. []

Classes cancelled for Monday, Feb. 16

Due to weather, all classes are cancelled for Monday, February 16. Employees should only report if necessary.For any other updates, check our Twitter and Facebook.Look for updates on McClurkan Scholarship Day posted here on our website or on the above channels. []

Student Life, Alumni, Nashville

Trevecca announces new degree

Trevecca Nazarene University plans to launch a new major this fall — a Bachelor of Music in Theory and Composition. The Department of Music created the new major with renewed interest in composing among current students and recent graduates. []

Student Life

New Education Specialist degree

Trevecca’s School of Education began its first cohort of students pursuing the Education Specialist degree in Turnaround School Leadership. This program is designed for educators working in schools and districts diligently attempting to close achievement gaps and improve student achievement in underperforming schools. Dr. Suzie Harris, Dean of the School []

Campus closing early, Feb. 20

Due to pending severe weather, all classes are cancelled and administrative offices closed at 2 PM for Friday, February 20. Staff that perform operations essential to public safety or service to on-campus residents should contact their supervisors.Saturday, February 21The School of Education is delaying the start of classes on Saturday []

Trevecca names Associate Vice President for Graduate and Continuing Studies

Trevecca Nazarene University is pleased to announce that Dr. Heidi R. Frederick has accepted the role of Associate Vice President for Graduate and Continuing Studies. In this role, Dr. Frederick will provide leadership for faculty, curricula, and academic efforts for nontraditional adult learners in site based and online programs. Dr. []

Alumni, President's office

Geraldine “Geri” Allen, 1920-2015

Geraldine M.  “Geri” (neé Hinkson) Allen, 94, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015, in North Richland Hills, Texas. Mrs. Allen was born on July 2, 1920, in Manistique, Michigan, and was reared in Detroit, Michigan, where she met and married her husband, E. Drell Allen. As the wife of a []

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