It’s a digital world, right? A few Google searches, take a look at some social media sites—in a few minutes you can learn almost everything you need to know about something. So, in this digital day and age, is it still important to visit the campus of the college or university you’re considering?
On this day set aside to celebrate love, we couldn’t think of anyone we love more than our students and alumni! So to mark Valentine’s Day 2018, we want to celebrate all the things that make you special.
Trevecca Nazarene University has an impressive array of faculty members who are experts in their fields. Over the next few months, we’ll be delving into subjects that highlight our faculty members’ expertise in this ongoing blog series.
Today’s post is written by Dr. Tandy Taylor. Taylor is a valued faculty member in Trevecca’s School of Education and the coordinator of teacher education (pictured left with some of her students). She regards teaching as a calling and strives to provide relevant instructional experiences in school settings to her students.
Healthcare has become one of the nation’s leading industries, with plenty of jobs to choose from, including management, leadership and innovation. That’s just one of the reasons to consider a degree in healthcare leadership and innovation. Here are a few more.
Your student is halfway finished with his or her freshman year, and it’s all gone by faster than you ever imagined it could. Christmas break is over, and in just a few more months, you’ll be packing up your child’s dorm room for the summer.
Christmas Break is coming to an end, and classes begin tomorrow. The spring semester gives students a chance to start fresh, no matter how good or bad last semester was. Starting off strong will set the standard for your spring semester.
Spring semester is just beginning, and high school seniors are one step closer to entering what may be some of best years of their lives: college.
With 2018 just around the corner, you're probably thinking about what the next year has in store for you—the habits you want to form, what you hope to accomplish and the health you want to maintain.
Finals have begun at Trevecca, and the signs are everywhere. From student study groups at the coffee shop to a late night game of hide-and-seek in the library, students are gearing up for the end of the fall semester.
For many of us, Thanksgiving brings the promise of a few days off and time to relax. But for adult students juggling fulltime jobs, family responsibilities and homework, the added activities of the holidays can make an already full schedule seem overwhelming.