Mark Raymond: From Marine to Elementary School Teacher

After 24 years of hard work and service in the Marine Corps, Mark Raymond left his post as first sergeant to pursue a career he loves, as a fifth-grade elementary school teacher.Raymond, a native of Pontiac, Mich., received his Master of Arts in Teaching from Trevecca’s School of Education and []


Business luncheon will challenge common conception of what it means to be creative

Creativity isn’t just art.That’s the focus of the next Trevecca Nazarene Association of Business Professionals luncheon, set for October 12.The event, titled “Why All Work Is Creative (And What to Do About It)," will feature a panel discussion with Jeremy Cowart, Benji Cowart and Blake Thompson. Matt Litton, a #1 []

Student Life

Trevecca counseling students win first place in national competition

Three Trevecca Nazarene University graduate counseling students are first place winners in the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) student ethics competition.Erin Tillson, a student in Trevecca’s Marriage and Family Therapy program (MFT) chose to participate in the nationwide competition in an effort to challenge herself and step []

Trevecca sets new enrollment record with impressive growth

​As the students settle into the Fall 2016 semester, Trevecca Nazarene University is celebrating the largest total enrollment in the University’s history. The largest freshman class to date and impressive gains in the University’s School of Graduate and Continuing Studies (SGCS) combined for a record-setting enrollment of 3,000-plus students, ranging []

Student Life, President's office

Jacob Edwards to speak during this semester’s Spiritual Deepening Week

Spiritual Deepening Week, a specific time set apart for the students, faculty and staff of Trevecca Nazarene University to focus on growing in their relationship with God and one another, will begin with the evening chapel on Monday, September 19.The Rev. Jacob Edwards, lead pastor of New Beginnings Church in []

Student Life, Spiritual Life

Mike Donehey of Tenth Avenue North encourages students during campus visit

Tenth Avenue North frontman and songwriter Mike Donehey offered thoughts on leadership, faith and what it means to follow Christ during his September 13 visit to Trevecca Nazarene University. While on campus, Donehey led chapel and participated in a Music City Colloquy event.“If you want to be a leader—if that’s []


Live2Lead simulcast to be presented at Trevecca

On October 7, Trevecca will host the Live2Lead simulcast, a half-day leader development experience. Headlined by John Maxwell, the training event is sponsored by Way-FM and the University. Tickets cost $59 and can be purchased here.Maxwell is a New York Times bestselling author, coach, and speaker and has previously []

Alumni, Nashville

Right place, right time: Trevecca alumnus launches nonprofit with University’s help

From left to right, Jamie Casler, Marcus Meneese and Cary Bush ​“They say it takes a village to raise a child,” said Jamie Casler, director of the J.V. Morsch Center for Social Justice. “I think it takes the Trevecca community to raise a nonprofit.”Casler was referring to Trevecca’s role in []

Student Life, Nashville

Lead singer of Tenth Avenue North to visit campus

​Tenth Avenue North frontman Mike Donehey will visit Trevecca Nazarene University on September 13. While on campus, the singer-songwriter will speak in chapel and participate in a discussion with students and faculty as part of the Music City Colloquies series.“Mike, with his band Tenth Avenue North, found a way to []

Student Life, Nashville

“Nashville” cinematographer and camera operator speaks with students

Cinematographer and camera operator Timothy Sutherland recently visited Trevecca’s campus to offer real-world advice to students interested in pursuing careers in the film industry.The event, sponsored by Trevecca’s communication studies department and hosted by the media arts and theatre programs, took place on September 1 in Waggoner Library’s Quick Lecture []

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