Trevecca releases annual President’s Report

Trevecca president, Dr. Dan Boone, released the University’s annual report, “The Heart Still Beats,” this week. The 48-page report explores how Trevecca approached the challenges of the past year with a focus on creativity, community and commitment—all while remaining true to the core values that have anchored the University since its founding.

“At Trevecca, our mission statement and tagline have proven to be more than bold declarations,” the opening to the report reads. “The core values that have sustained Trevecca since J.O. McClurkan founded the University still anchor us.”

The report highlights the University’s creative responses to challenges, including partnering with the Tennessee Department of Education to provide professional development resources to educators and creating protocols to protect the health and safety of the campus community. In addition, the report features interviews with key Trevecca leaders such as University Chaplain Erik Gernand, University Provost Tom Middendorf and more. 

While detailing the 2019-2020 academic year and the University’s response to the global pandemic, the 2021 President’s Report also looks forward to the future. The final section of the report highlights the University’s commitment to the future and students through projects like the health sciences addition to Greathouse Science Building and a planned renovation of Jernigan Student Center. 

View the report in its entirety

About Trevecca Nazarene University

Trevecca Nazarene University is a Christian university in the heart of Nashville focused on preparing students for lives of leadership and service. Founded in 1901, Trevecca is committed to holistic education, encouraging students to grow intellectually, socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually.

This commitment extends from Trevecca’s historic main campus just one mile from thriving downtown Nashville to two other locations across Tennessee, and online classes offered worldwide. With students from 47 states and 25 countries, Trevecca offers 20 associate degrees, 73 undergraduate majors, 19 master’s programs and three doctoral programs as well as specialist and certificate programs.

U.S. News & World Report ranked Trevecca as a national university in the annual “2021 Best Colleges,” making the University the only Nazarene institution to receive the national ranking. The Carnegie Foundation has classified Trevecca as a doctoral university, ranking it among the top seven percent of schools nationwide. The University is listed among the top 10 colleges and universities in Tennessee in personal finance website WalletHub's 2021 College and University Ranking. 

The campus is certified as both an arboretum and the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus USA, one of just nine universities and colleges in the state to receive the recognition. A member of NCAA Division II, Trevecca boasts 15 men’s and women’s teams who compete in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference as well as 12 intramural teams.


Media Contact: Mollie Yoder, meyoder@trevecca.edu