Trevecca Counseling Center will have a new home with start of new semester

Returning students will notice a few changes to campus when they return for the Fall 2017 semester, but one of the biggest is the relocation of Trevecca’s Counseling Center.The center is moving from the Bud Robinson Building to the Smith House, which has been newly renovated to house the counseling []

Admissions counselor helps international students find their place at Trevecca

Sometimes, a job is just a job. It’s the daily tasks we power through just to make the boss happy or earn a paycheck. But that’s not the case for Trevecca’s Maria Petty.An international admissions counselor for the University, Petty’s love for people and travel fuels her passion for helping []

Bee camp creates a buzz on campus

The Trevecca Urban Farm’s final camp of the summer, Bee Camp, concluded on Friday with a short graduation ceremony. The 14 campers were presented with honey they had helped to extract and bottle.For Bryten Jones, a student at West End Middle School, the weeklong camp was a chance to learn []

Three generations serve on Trevechoes editorial staff

Bailey Basham (right) training Brooklyn Dance (left) to be the Trevechoes editorTrevecca junior, Brooklyn Dance says being named the editor-in-chief of the Trevechoes, Trevecca’s student newspaper, was exciting—but not nearly as exciting as discovering that her mother and grandmother both held similar editor positions while Trevecca students.Brooklyn’s mother, Valerie Dance []

Trevecca honors PA Class of 2018 in white coat ceremony

Trevecca’s Physician Assistant program honored 43 students on Friday, in a white coat ceremony. More than 250 friends and family members attended the afternoon event.The ritual marks the end of the Class of 2018’s classroom training and the beginning of their clinical rotations. Faculty members presented each student with a []

Trevecca alumnus named superintendent of Hamilton County School District

​Dr. Bryan Johnson (Ed.D. ’10) has served as a teacher, football coach, assistant principal, athletic director, director of high schools—and most recently, chief academic officer for Clarksville-Montgomery County Schools. On Monday, he’ll start a new job: superintendent of Hamilton County Schools.Last month, the Hamilton County Board of Education selected Johnson []

Middle and high school students serve the city through Trevecca’s Mission Nashville

Trevecca welcomed more than 400 students and sponsors from 29 youth groups to campus this week on for Mission Nashville.Mission Nashville provides middle and high school students with service-based mission sites that give resources to communities in need. The youth groups rotated among 46 service sites during the weeklong event []

Trevecca announces plans for SolarFest

Nashville is counting down the days until August 21, when the first total solar eclipse visible in Nashville since 1478 will darken the skies. And Trevecca Nazarene University plans to be a part of the celebration with SolarFest, a family-friendly picnic.SolarFest is planned for 11:30 a.m-3 p.m. on Monday, Aug. []

Trevecca announces 2017-2018 FLARE projects

Each year Trevecca students have the opportunity to participate in Faculty-Led Research Experience projects (FLARE project), and this coming fall is no exception. From historical research and creative writing to creating an opera, students will have the chance to follow their passions and pursue research in their own fields of []

Trevecca NPWI alumnus fulfills calling as worship leader, translator

Finding a job in worship is a dream for Trevecca’s National Praise and Worship Institute (NPWI) graduates. For alumnus Daniel Torres, that dream is now a reality.Torres will soon begin serving as the worship pastor at Kayros Church of the Nazarene in Kansas City, Mo. In addition, Torres is already []

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