For Trevecca’s class of 2015 in the traditional undergraduate program, the average size of the debt was $19,407. You can help make Trevecca more affordable for its students and their families by financially supporting expanded scholarship funds.
Donors may give to any existing fund or may choose to establish a scholarship fund. Contact the Office of External Relations for more information at 615-248-1355 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Athletic facility improvements: phase one
The first phase of improving the facilities in Moore Gymnasium would be a building addition that would include additional locker rooms and a practice/auxiliary gym. These two priorities are critical for Trevecca’s growing number of student athletes. Currently, four teams are without locker room space and the 33 baseball players must share only three shower heads. Because of limited practice space, some teams must hold practice at 4 a.m. to have access to facilities. Such an enhancement would also provide significant additional benefit to the student body at large for intramural sports and other related activities.
Addition for music facilities
With growing enrollment in music-related educational programs, expanded classroom and practice spaces are a great need. The acquisition of the Volunteer Trucking property adjacent to the campus has created an opportunity to renovate and repurpose these facilities for additional music-related classrooms, practice spaces, and faculty offices.
Additionally, this property will allow the construction of a “black box,” a flexible theater and performance space. Wakefield, the current music building, will also receive much needed renovations to provide more efficient and attractive teaching environments.
Trevecca Urban Farm has grown out of the J.V. Morsch Center for Social Justice which was established in 2009. The main focus of the farm is to teach sustainable farming and creation care. It serves as a campus extension and community resource for the demonstration and practice of these techniques. The Farm received the 2015 Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award.
Support of this program would allow for the addition of a commercial-sized greenhouse with a hydroponics and aquaponics system, additions to the new barn to allow for more efficient care of farm animals, teaching space, and areas for farm visitors. An increase in farm staffing and expansion of the farm’s facilities will grow opportunities for student employment/experiences and community outreach.
As Trevecca programs and student population continue to grow and expand, it is important to build on the university infrastructure to ensure that effective and efficient systems exist in support of the campus operations.
New confirmed real estate and life income gifts
Through thoughtful and intentional estate planning that includes Trevecca Nazarene University, donors’ transformational gifts can ensure that Trevecca’s mission can be continued well into the future. Should the day come when Christian universities no longer receive federal grants for education, it is vital that Trevecca have the resources to replace these funds.