You’re about to move into your room in the residence hall, and you’re wondering what to pack. Use this list as a guide, but feel free to personalize to your own needs.
A campus visit is a vital part of deciding where to go to college.
Actually setting foot on campus, meeting with university officials and chatting with current students can give you a better feel for what college life is really like. (That’s why it’s best to visit when classes are in session, so start planning your Trevecca visit for this fall. Here’s a link to help you plan your visit!)
The Trevecca Nazarene University Alumni Board met for its annual spring meeting on May 20-21, 2016. Due to the hiring of president Don Hastings to serve as Trevecca's senior stewardship officer, it was necessary to elect a new alumni board president. Board members elected Herb Modesitt to serve as president for a term of three years.
With New Student Orientation just a few days away, you probably have a few questions about what to expect. Whether it’s your first time to take a student to college orientation or you’ve been several times before, orientation can be a little overwhelming for parents as well as students. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of a few things you should expect as you plan for the weekend.
Trevecca’s New Student Orientation is just a couple of weeks away, and we can’t wait to meet every one of you! But as you count down the days to the start of your Trevecca adventure, you may also have a few questions, worries or concerns. Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your orientation experience.
Christian Lohr loves baseball. With summer break in full swing, he could spend the time away from classes honing his skills on the field.
Graduation weekend is here! You have family and friends in town to see you get that degree you’ve worked so hard for, but after the pomp and circumstance is over, you’re going to need something to do.
Graduation is quickly approaching. (FYI: It's set for 9 a.m. on Saturday, May 7.) No matter what degree you're getting, successfully completing it is an occasion that's worthy of a little celebration.
After all the applications, essays, and careful consideration, you’ve been accepted to several universities and made the big decision about where to go to college. So what do you do now?
When Chris Elliott graduates next month with an exercise science degree and a concentration in athletic training, he’ll leave a lasting mark on Trevecca.