As a Christian Community rooted in the optimism of God’s grace, Trevecca seeks to provide students, faculty, staff and administration opportunities for participation in the means of God’s grace, believing that God is faithful to transform His people ‘from glory into glory’ into the image of Jesus Christ. Spiritual life at the University provides these opportunities of participating in the means of grace, which include prayer, both private and corporate, study of and reflection upon Scripture, corporate worship, spiritual accountability, and acts of mercy/service.
Trevecca provides multiple opportunities to get out and get involved in something bigger than yourself. If you're looking to find a place to connect or start a club check our list of options below.
The Trevecca Student Government Assembly (SGA) is a group of students elected to represent student interests within the Trevecca community. SGA consists of Associated Student Body (ASB) officers and the various officers of the four classes. They meet weekly to discuss issues of importance, campus-wide events, service projects, and spiritual initiatives. They work alongside Dean of Students for Community Life, Matt Spraker, in providing leadership through service.
Residence Hall Association helps to provide opportunities for you to learn leadership skills, grow spiritually, and develop holistically while you live on campus. The RHA is involved in a huge number of residence hall and all-school activities throughout the year.
The Futuro TNU Chapter is about engaging Middle Tennessee Latino college students in four areas of professional development: leadership training, networking, community service, and social activities. This chapter also believes in exemplifying our Christian faith and pursuing academic excellence. Futuro provides its student membership support as they navigate their way from college to career and provides community service to those who are in need.
Best Buddies Trevecca exists to establish one-to-one friendships between people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and Trevecca students.
Social Justice Club
The Social Justice Club works closely with the Social Justice Department to combat issues facing our world today such as hunger, poverty, and human trafficking. They have done things such as service projects in community gardens, fundraisers for Global Support Mission, and gone to and shown documentaries about human trafficking.
Namaste is an international students’ club at Trevecca with over four continents represented. The sponsors of this club are Drs. Roy and Jooly Philip. The club was started in 2007 and just recently celebrated 10 years! The objective of Namaste is two-fold: to create an atmosphere where international students can support and connect with each other and to create awareness of international cultures to the Trevecca community. Namaste hosts International Education Week in November and Taste the Nations in April. Both these events accomplish the second objective by providing the Trevecca community an opportunity to experience international culture on campus.