No matter what the degree, going back to school as an adult isn’t always easy. A full-time job, family time and finding time for all the amazing things that make your life special can be difficult to balance with homework, papers and reading assignments. But earning your degree is worth it.
In 2019, you resolved to go back to school—to finish that degree you started or earn a master’s degree. And now, we’re barely a week into 2019 and that confidence you felt is beginning to fade.
With less than a week until Christmas, it can feel like your to-do list is getting longer while your Christmas spirit begins to falter. Christmas is a season of joy and celebration, but the additional responsibilities, family get-togethers and the last-minute rush of gift-buying and giving can put a strain on your relationships and emotions as well as your finances.
It seems like everyone gets a little more nostalgic during the holiday season. Maybe it’s the lights on the Christmas tree, celebrating Advent or decorating Christmas cookies that causes the season to feel a little extra special.
The holidays can feel overwhelming for many reasons—from the busyness of the season, to catching up with relatives you haven’t seen in a long time. Plus, if you’re a high school senior, you’re probably bracing yourself for the non-stop questions from family members about your future and who you’re going to be. To help you out, we’ve outlined a game-plan for navigating these three inevitable curve balls.
As a working adult and a student, you’re used to a busy schedule. Between work, family, school and all your other responsibilities, you’ve become a pro at juggling all your responsibilities. With Thanksgiving and the holidays approaching, though, stress and anxiety may be setting in.
With new business start-ups on the rise and National Entrepreneur’s Day just around the corner (Nov. 20), we recently talked with Dean Diehl, director of Trevecca’s new entrepreneurship program as well as the University’s music business program.
Athletics have long been woven into the fabric of Trevecca, from the days of Alpha, Beta and Delta to today’s men’s and women’s team. This year, Trevecca will mark the fiftieth anniversary of intercollegiate sports. To celebrate, we're reflecting on these 10 defining moments in Trevecca Athletics history.
Classes are set to start at Trevecca’s Atlanta locations in Duluth and College Park this spring. As this new and exciting part of Trevecca’s journey begins, we sat down with Dr. Shawn Thomas, the regional dean of Georgia, and asked her about her commitment to Trevecca’s Atlanta expansion, her passion for education and her hopes for the future. Here’s what she had to say.
In less than a week, Trevecca will be welcoming the New Speer Family to campus to kick off the University’s Fall Celebration of Music and Inspiration. Before that Oct. 19 event, we thought we’d take a little time to get to know more about the New Speer Family and their Trevecca ties.