The Bud Robinson Building, home of the Center for Student Development, carries with it a history that many students may be unaware of. Bud Robinson, the building’s namesake, was one of the many influential people to spend time on Trevecca’s campus. A brief look into Robinson’s past shows just why the evangelist earned such a permanent marker on Trevecca’s campus.
Thinking of transferring colleges in 2018? If you’re ready to make the move, we’ve got a few tips to help you plan your transition and make sure it’s successful.
Johnson Hall first opened its doors on March 6, 1964. The building was named in honor of longtime Trevecca professor Sadie Agnew Johnson.
On Oct. 3, Dr. Gary Morsch will join us at Trevecca to talk about how your organization and life can be changed by the power of serving others. During the luncheon, sponsored by the Trevecca Association of Business Professionals, Morsch will share practical ideas for ways you can serve others right where you are. But before he arrives on campus, we’d like to help you get to know him a little better.
You may not know, but Trevecca is set to begin face-to-face classes in Atlanta next month. As we count down the days, we’ve also discovered a few things the two institutions have in common. Read on to learn more!
So maybe you’ve done the campus tour or maybe you’ve read the brochure from cover to cover, but as a new student, nothing can really prepare you for what’s to come within five months.
It’s a new semester, and there are quite a few new faces around campus. One of them is Jessica Dykes, Trevecca’s new associate vice president and dean of student development. Dykes leads the newly formed Center for Student Development, a new campus unit that brings all of student services into one place. Located in the Bud Robinson Building, Dykes leads a team of Trevecca employees dedicated to helping Trevecca students grow and develop in every area—spiritually, emotionally, academically, professionally and more.