Trevecca graduation set for this weekend

Trevecca Nazarene University will hold the University’s 115th Commencement Convocation on May 7, 2016. The ceremony will begin at 9 a.m. on the Quad adjacent to McClurkan Hall on Trevecca’s campus.The University will confer more than 700 degrees on Saturday, ranging from associate to doctoral degrees. As many as 7,000 []

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Trevecca recognizes student accomplishments

Trevecca Nazarene University marked the end of the academic year by recognizing student achievements in the final chapel service of the semester. On April 28, the University announced this year’s student and student organization award winners.Who’s WhoGriffin Rees DunnChristopher M. ElliottDaniel Seth HareJoseph Timothy HareKayann E. HareTimothy Josiah HaynesSarah Elizabeth []

Trevecca announces winners of McClurkan Scholarship

McClurkan Scholarship winners Mattie Clemmons (left) and Mary Anna Turpin (right)Trevecca Nazarene University has named Mary Anna Turpin and Mattie Clemmons the winners of the 2016-2017 McClurkan Scholarships.Named for Trevecca’s founder J.O. McClurkan, the McClurkan Scholarship is awarded to two incoming freshman each year. Begun in 2007, the McClurkan Scholarship []

Former Trevecca professor passes away

Dr. Ann Fuqua, professor emeritus of biology at Trevecca Nazarene University, passed away Wednesday, April 27, around 10:30 p.m.Visitation will take place today, April 29, 4-8 p.m. at West Harpeth Funeral Home in Nashville. The graveside service will take place Saturday, April 30, at 2 p.m. at ]

Trevecca students record with Casting Crowns

You’ll likely hear some familiar voices on Casting Crowns’ next album. More than 20 Trevecca students recently went into the studio with Casting Crowns’ Mark Hall to record background vocals for the soon-to-be released album.According to the students, all members of the National Praise and Worship Institute (NPWI) choir, it []

Longtime professor retiring after 24 years

Dr. Doug Lepter, professor of communication and communication studies department chair will be retiring this May after 24 years at Trevecca. Lepter is known on campus for his contagious smile, servant leadership, and willingness to help his students.Lepter has always had a passion for higher education. Initially, he earned both []

Trevecca reaches milestone of growth within Trevecca Online

Trevecca’s School of Graduate & Continuing Studies will see more than 500 online students log on for instruction during the month of May 2016, a milestone in growth for the university as a whole.With the expansion in offering associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral level degrees all fully online, Trevecca Online []

Trevecca grad student leading the charge to create on-campus student veterans association

When Captain Andrew Cole decided it was time to get his master's degree, he chose Trevecca because of the University's military friendly designation.“What led me to Trevecca, besides the programs and the Christian atmosphere, was that Trevecca is a military friendly university,” Cole said, who has made the military his []

Rekedal encourages students to remember they’re part of a bigger story

Story was the over-arching theme of Rick Rekedal's recent campus visit.Rekedal, chief creative of global franchises at DreamWorks and the father of Trevecca sophomore Ingrid Rekedal, visited campus April 20-21. He spoke in chapel yesterday, challenging students to "remember the bigger story" of Christ in a world that's full of []

Trevecca announces five faculty and staff retirements

Trevecca Nazarene University recently honored five faculty and staff members who will retire after the close of the Spring 2016 semester. Trevecca’s Board of Trustees voted to award emeriti status to three retiring faculty members during the board’s March 17-18 meetings. Becky NieceRegistrar emeritusBecky Niece first came to Trevecca as a []

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