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Going Back to School After a Big Gap

Posted by Trevecca on Apr 3, 2020 10:47:45 AM

Getting a degree—whether it’s a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate—can be intimidating. It doesn’t matter if you’re 18 or 80; earning a degree takes you out of your comfort zone and thrusts you into a world of new experiences, new relationships and new demands. 

 

How YOU can make a difference in a hurting world

Posted by Mandy Crow on Apr 2, 2020 11:43:53 AM

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it’s a Trevecca graduate, Director Chief William Swann, who is leading the charge within Nashville’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM). 

 

A Letter from Michael Johnson

Posted by Michael Johnson on Mar 30, 2020 12:35:06 PM
 

Three tips to adjust to the new normal

Posted by Mandy Crow on Mar 26, 2020 1:54:42 PM

As a college student, your world has changed dramatically in just a few weeks. The sudden shutdown of schools, churches and businesses resulting from COVID-19 may have left you feeling shocked or uncertain regarding what the future holds. 

Perhaps you’ve gone from eagerly anticipating the last few months of the semester—including events like Boonearoo, a senior recital or graduation—to now abruptly finding yourself at home, finishing coursework remotely without having had the opportunity to truly say goodbye to friends or professors.   

 

Five Tips to Succeed in an Online Course

Posted by Hailey Perry on Mar 20, 2020 10:06:34 AM

 

Five Questions to Ask When Choosing an Online University

Posted by Mandy Crow on Mar 18, 2020 1:56:40 PM

You’re ready to finish the college degree you started years ago, or you’re finally committed to pursuing the bachelor’s degree you put off. Maybe you’re looking at a master’s or doctoral degree. Regardless of what degree you hope to earn, one thing is certain: you’re not so sure how it’s going to happen. 

Maybe you have a full-time job, a spouse who travels for work, or three busy kids with extracurricular activities that fill many afternoons and weekends. 

Getting your degree online seems like the most practical and doable way to go—but how do you choose the right program? How do you find a university that delivers a quality experience and offers a valuable return on your investment of time, effort and resources? You want to make sure the degree you earn is worth far more than the paper it’s printed on. 

 

A Note from the Trevecca Chaplain

Posted by Erik Gernand on Mar 16, 2020 3:31:24 PM


"And we boast in the hope of the glory of God. Not only so, but we also glory in our sufferings…"
- Romans 5:2b-3a

Wow, we’ve really been through it recently. The tornado tore through Middle Tennessee two weeks ago. Now the COVID-19 virus is causing all sorts of adjustments to our daily routines – including moving the campus at Trevecca totally online for a season. It’s a lot to work through.

 

Five Questions with Dr. Aaron Hall

Posted by Trevecca on Feb 28, 2020 11:19:09 AM

A member of Trevecca’s faculty since 2017, Dr. Aaron Hall serves as an assistant professor of exercise science in the Department of Exercise and Sport Science. A licensed physical therapist, Hall holds a Bachelor of Science from Lipscomb University and a doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center. Prior to joining the Trevecca faculty, Hall spent six years serving as the clinical director for an outpatient physical therapy clinic that specialized in treating shoulder and knee patients. Hall is a certified post-injury running coach, running coach, personal trainer and holds a Functional Movement Screen Level 1 certification.

Recently, we asked Hall a few questions about his path to Trevecca, how his experience as a physical therapist helps inform his teaching style and what excites him most about his work.

 

Freshmen 15: Picking a Major

Posted by Kayla Williamson on Feb 21, 2020 9:27:19 AM

Today’s post is part of Freshmen 15, a year-long blog series that will explore 15 topics traditional undergraduate students often face during their first year of college. Trevecca students, faculty and staff members will weigh in over the course of the academic year as we examine loneliness, living with roommates and more.

 

Spring or Summer 2020 Graduate? Steps you need to take now!

Posted by Mandy Crow on Feb 20, 2020 2:44:32 PM

We’re more than halfway through the first month of 2020 and for many Trevecca students, your thoughts have already turned to Commencement. If you’re nearing the end of your program and think you may be eligible to graduate, here are a few things you need to know (and do)! 

 

The top 5 reasons you shouldn’t miss Experience Trevecca Day

Posted by Mandy Crow on Feb 18, 2020 10:31:29 AM

Trevecca’s next preview day, Experience Trevecca Day, is set for March 21. An opportunity for high school students to learn more about the University, Experience Trevecca Day is a way to meet future professors, get a feel for campus and hopefully make a few new friends.  

 

Student Voices: Visiting Campus Helps You Make Your College Decision

Posted by Trevecca on Feb 12, 2020 10:36:00 AM

Choosing a college can be a bit stressful. As a high school senior, you’re likely full of questions. What are the professors like? What do the dorms look like? How will I pay for college? What will it be like? And of course, one of the most important questions of all: are there any good coffee shops on campus? (The answer of course, is yes.) 

 

Freshmen 15: Managing Finances

Posted by Moira Kurtz on Feb 7, 2020 10:09:09 AM

Today’s post is part of Freshmen 15, a year-long blog series that will explore 15 topics traditional undergraduate students often face during their first year of college. Trevecca students, faculty and staff members will weigh in over the course of the academic year as we examine loneliness, living with roommates and more.

 

Why Completing Your Bachelor’s Degree Is Worth It

Posted by Trevecca on Jan 22, 2020 3:00:00 PM


If you’ve been thinking about finishing your bachelor’s degree but haven’t yet committed to going back to school, maybe these concerns sound familiar:

I’m too old and out of touch to go back to college.

There’s no way I have time to squeeze school into my busy schedule with work and family activities. 

Our budget is stretched right now; how could I afford to take classes? 

Is finishing my bachelor’s degree even worth it? 

 

Freshmen 15: Juggling Work and School

Posted by Kayla Williamson on Jan 17, 2020 11:42:40 AM

Today’s post is part of Freshmen 15, a year-long blog series that will explore 15 topics traditional undergraduate students often face during their first year of college. Trevecca students, faculty and staff members will weigh in over the course of the academic year as we examine loneliness, living with roommates and more.

 

Five Reasons You Need An IT Degree

Posted by Trevecca on Nov 26, 2019 3:37:00 PM

Technology runs our world, and forward-thinking business leaders understand that. To be successful, today’s businesses need creative team members who understand the intricacies of technology and can use that knowledge to find creative solutions to current and future problems.

That’s just one reason to consider earning a bachelor’s degree in computer information technology at Trevecca. Here are a few more.

 

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