Maria Robles came to Trevecca with a dream, but at Trevecca she discovered her calling.
As the semester kicks off, there are more than a few new faces on campus. One of them is Erik Gernand, Trevecca’s new University chaplain. To get to know him a little better and find out more about how he plans to lead our campus spiritually, we recently asked him a few questions. Here’s what he had to say!
After a long couple day of unpacking, rearranging and taking trips to Target for supplies you didn’t realize you needed, you’ve got your Trevecca student settled in to his or her new room.
We recently had a chance to sit down with Jacqueline Letson (MOL ’12), who currently serves as the vice president of human relations for Ingram Content Group. With 26 locations around the world, Ingram is a global corporation headquartered in La Vergne, Tenn., just south of Nashville, and employs some 4,000 associates.
Mauricio Paredes has a few goals for the next year: finish his degree, sit for the CPA exam, and, hopefully, get a job with one of accounting’s Big 4.
Orientation can be a daunting experience for both students and parents alike. Some students may be nervous about making friends, meeting new people or signing up for classes. Megan McGhee, Trevecca’s director of new student programs, share provided a little insight on what to expect and how to make the most of the weekend.
When Trevecca junior Noah Starr sits down to write a song, he finds himself turning again and again to the human experience.
For Dr. Randy Carden, Trevecca professor of psychology, Christian higher education isn’t just a job. It’s a calling.
Rain is headed our way, and Trevecca Nazarene University has made the decision to initiate the Inclement Weather Plan for Saturday’s Commencement Convocation. We’re sure you have plenty of questions, so here are a few answers.
National College Decision Day (May 1) will be here before you know it, and you’re still trying to make your college decision. Instead of worrying and agonizing over the decision, consider these questions.