Trevecca to host February gubernatorial candidate forum

Trevecca Nazarene University will host a gubernatorial candidate forum on February 27. Jointly sponsored by the Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness and Nashville Health Care Council, the forum will take place at 10 a.m. in Trevecca’s Boone Convocation Center.Seating for the event will be limited, with advance registration required.The []

Worship bands get creative

Josiah Adams rubs his flip-flop drumsticks together in anticipation of playing his water cooler drum. His band has been asked to play a worship song without traditional instruments.Adams, a member of a band of NPWI students, is trying to get top marks on his band challenge assignment.Every week students in []

From Sierra Leone to Trevecca

Barefoot in the streets, dust flying in his face.That’s how Michael Jones, a freshman on Trevecca’s men’s soccer team, was used to playing the sport he loves.Jones, originally from the Republic of Sierra Leone, grew up playing the world’s most famous sport without any formal rules.But that didn’t stop him []

New administrator shares hopes, plans for his work at Trevecca, Eastern Nazarene

Trevecca’s continued growth and partnership with Eastern Nazarene College has opened many avenues of expansion and necessitated additions in leadership.That includes Dr. Jonathan Bartling, who is serving in a new role as Trevecca’s new associate vice president for accreditation and state authorization.Bartling worked at Olivet Nazarene University for 18 years []

Trevecca celebrates fourth consecutive year of record-breaking enrollment growth

Announcing record-breaking enrollment growth has become an annual fall tradition at Trevecca, and this year is no different.The largest freshman class in University history and outstanding growth among nontraditional students combined for a record-breaking total enrollment of 3,500. This is the largest total enrollment in Trevecca’s 116-year history and reflects []

Trevecca community unites to help those affected by Hurricane Irma

As meteorologists began predicting the path of Hurricane Irma, Trevecca Nazarene University students and staff began discussing ways the University could help in the aftermath. That help has included offerings, crisis care packages, phone calls and gathering supplies.Michael Johnson, Trevecca’s director of alumni and church engagement, knew it was going []

Trevecca’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies adds psychology degree program

In our fast-paced, ever-changing world knowing how to communicate and interact with others is often key to building strong relationships, whether personally or professionally. Often, success in the workplace is directly determined by how well we understand others’ reasoning and motivations.That’s why Trevecca’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies is []

Trevecca announces School of Graduate and Continuing Studies’ Fall 2017 Dean’s List

Trevecca Nazarene University and our School of Graduate and Continuing Studies congratulates all non-traditional undergraduate students named to the Dean's List during the Fall 2017 semester. To be named to the Dean’s List, each non-traditional undergraduate student must have completed 12 or more hours between July 1 and December 31 []

All classes canceled Tuesday, January 16

Due to winter weather, all Trevecca traditional daytime classes are now canceled for Tuesday, January 16. Employees should only report if necessary. Please be safe!Professors and staff for MHR and MBA evening classes will be in contact regarding any delays or cancellations.For any other updates, check twitter.com/trevecca, facebook.com/treveccanazarene…]

Classes delayed 2 hours on Tuesday, January 16

Due to winter weather, Trevecca will be operating on a two-hour delay. The University will be open at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, January 16, 2018.Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to use their best judgment on travel. Students should contact their instructor if road conditions do not allow safe travel. []

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