Middle and high school students serve the city through Trevecca’s Mission Nashville

Trevecca welcomed more than 400 students and sponsors from 29 youth groups to campus this week on for Mission Nashville.Mission Nashville provides middle and high school students with service-based mission sites that give resources to communities in need. The youth groups rotated among 46 service sites during the weeklong event []

Trevecca announces plans for SolarFest

Nashville is counting down the days until August 21, when the first total solar eclipse visible in Nashville since 1478 will darken the skies. And Trevecca Nazarene University plans to be a part of the celebration with SolarFest, a family-friendly picnic.SolarFest is planned for 11:30 a.m-3 p.m. on Monday, Aug. []

Trevecca announces 2017-2018 FLARE projects

Each year Trevecca students have the opportunity to participate in Faculty-Led Research Experience projects (FLARE project), and this coming fall is no exception. From historical research and creative writing to creating an opera, students will have the chance to follow their passions and pursue research in their own fields of []

Trevecca NPWI alumnus fulfills calling as worship leader, translator

Finding a job in worship is a dream for Trevecca’s National Praise and Worship Institute (NPWI) graduates. For alumnus Daniel Torres, that dream is now a reality.Torres will soon begin serving as the worship pastor at Kayros Church of the Nazarene in Kansas City, Mo. In addition, Torres is already []

Camp Electric brings more than 1,000 students to campus

Every summer Trevecca’s campus comes alive when more than 1,600 teenagers gather on campus. The reason? Camp Electric.Oliva Holmberg, a 16-year-old drummer from Seattle, Wash., was one of this year’s participants.  Camp Electric, now in its tenth year, is a five-day camp session where teens from all over the nation learn []

Trevecca announces new director of Trevecca Symphony Orchestra

Trevecca Nazarene University is excited to announce Elias Salazar as the next director of the Trevecca Symphony Orchestra. A graduate of Belmont University, Salazar currently serves as the director of choral and orchestral music at Ensworth School.Dr. David Diehl, dean of Trevecca’s School of Music and Worship Arts, is excited []

Trevecca’s Six8 Fellowship prepares to kick off first summer intensive

When Trevecca’s first Six8 Fellowship intensive kicks off on July 8, participants won’t just be a part of another summer camp. The initiative, funded by a $536,500 grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc., immerses students in ministry and the study of theology, but also connects students with small groups and []

Failure is not an option: Trevecca student perseveres to achieve goal of earning her degree

When Petrece Claybrook walks across the stage to receive her diploma next May, she’ll be 54 years old. That moment will be the culmination of a decades-long journey to earn her bachelor’s degree.Claybrook, who is working on a bachelor's degree in healthcare administration in Trevecca's School of Graduate and Continuing []

Trevecca grad employs social work degree at mental health organization

In middle school, Kaytlin Killion, read the story “To Write Love on Her Arms” on MySpace and knew at once that this was an organization she wanted to be involved with.After graduating from Trevecca this past May with a bachelor’s degree in social work, Killion finally got her chance.“When I []

Trevecca announces changes to nursing program

Trevecca Nazarene University officials recently announced changes to the University’s nursing degree program, which builds on the University’s longstanding partnership with the Belmont University School of Nursing.In the revamped program, students will enroll in Trevecca as pre-nursing majors, completing two years of pre-nursing and general education requirements on campus. During []

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