Dr. Dan Boone, president of Trevecca, released the University’s annual President’s Report, this week. The 48-page report, centered on a theme of “Living Heritage,” explores Trevecca’s heritage—the traditions, beliefs and achievements that have shaped the University’s past and anchor the future.
“Our heritage is more than numbers and statistics, facts and figures,” Boone wrote in the opening pages of the report. “Our heritage lives and breathes in the lives of Trevecca’s students and alumni.”
That idea forms the foundation of the report, which is comprised of first-person stories of current Trevecca students as well as alumni, administrators and friends of the University. These include Dr. Steve Pusey, Tennessee Principal of the Year Dr. Le Andrea Ware (’18), and current students Stephany Ordoñez and Meredith Bratcher.
The report caps an exciting year for the University. For the first time in Trevecca’s 119-year history, total enrollment topped 4,000. The University, one of the first colleges or universities in Middle Tennessee to offer online education options, now boasts more online students than any other Nashville institution of higher education, according to data recently compiled by the Nashville Business Journal.
Trevecca continues to mentor students who then become leaders, reflected in statistics cited in the report. Forty-three students are currently enrolled in Trevecca’s L.E.A.D. Student Leadership Program, and 15 Trevecca graduates now serve at the helm of Tennessee school districts.
The report is available on campus and has already begun arriving in mailboxes. A digital version is also available.