Trevecca women’s basketball team to minister in Mexico this May

Earthquake victims in Mexico will get a few more pairs of helping hands this May.Between May 8-15, Trevecca’s women’s basketball team will be travelling to the Chiapas region of Mexico to help rebuild housing in the area heavily impacted by the recent earthquakes.The team will also have the chance to []

Dr. Shawn Thomas to serve as Trevecca’s regional dean of Georgia

Trevecca Nazarene University’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies is pleased to announce Dr. Shawn Barkley Thomas as the University’s first regional dean of Georgia.In this role, Thomas will lead the University’s work in the greater Atlanta area. Announced just last month, Trevecca plans to offer associate, bachelor’s and []

Trevecca releases 2018 President’s Report

Trevecca Nazarene University and Dr. Dan Boone, University president, released their annual President’s Report this week. Reporting on the 2016-2017 academic year, the report celebrated the University’s successes through the lens of the most-read stories on Trevecca’s website and social media channels.“We’re excited to unveil this year’s report,” Boone said. []

Trevecca PA students gathering clothing for medical mission trip to Haiti

Trevecca PA students with the children of Emmanuel's World Orphanage, Spring 2017For the past five years Haiti has held a special spot in the hearts of Trevecca’s physician assistant (PA) students.“I absolutely loved my opportunity to travel to Haiti last year,” said Joshua Smith, a Trevecca PA student. It was []

Trevecca’s J.V. Morsch Center for Social Justice to hold Seek Justice Conference

Trevecca’s J.V. Morsch Center for Social Justice will hold Seek Justice Conference, set for March 16-17. Designed to inspire and equip people to seek justice in a broken world, the annual conference will kick off the Center’s 10th anniversary celebration.Jamie Casler, director of the Center for Social Justice, says that []

Spiritual Life

NTC principal to be featured speaker in spring Spiritual Deepening Week

Deirdre Brower Latz, principal and senior lecturer in pastoral and social theology at Nazarene Theological College (NTC), will be the speaker for Trevecca’s spring semester Spiritual Deepening Week, set for Feb. 5-8.NTC is located in Manchester, England. Brower Latz has served as the principal (president) since 2012. She also teaches []

Trevecca student focused on completing degree she started years ago, despite setbacks

“I am determined,” said Lisa Frierson, a 44-year-old student just beginning her quest to finish her degree at Trevecca’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies. “If I don’t do anything else for me, this will be the only thing I can call my own.”Last August, Frierson enrolled at Trevecca, determined []

Trevecca to offer adult, graduate degree programs in Atlanta area

Trevecca's Duluth location in Atlanta, GATrevecca Nazarene University’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies (SGCS) will begin offering classes in the greater Atlanta area in the fall of 2018, pending state approvals.Classes will be offered in two locations, one in Duluth and another in College Park. The Duluth location, 3575 []

Trevecca Ph.D. students find ways to help veterans get the care they need

When Dianne Bradley learned that 22 veterans commit suicide each day, she knew she had to do something to help.That’s when Bradley, a licensed marriage and family therapist who teaches in Trevecca’s Graduate Counseling Program, launched TennVets, a Middle Tennessee nonprofit aimed at connecting veterans with mental health professionals. The []

Trevecca students celebrate literary journal’s fifth anniversary with print anthology

Graham Hillard, associate professor of English, led a group of seven students in a unique research project during the 2017 fall semester.The Cumberland River Review is Trevecca’s quarterly online literary journal, which often features poetry and essays. Hillard, the journal’s creator, serves as the editor, while a team of []