As graduation approaches, all graduating seniors can agree that it is hard to believe that these four years have gone by so quickly. Our time at Trevecca is coming to an end, and we would like to pass on some helpful tips and advice to the freshmen and underclassmen that we are leaving behind. Here are five things that members of Trevecca’s Class of 2017 want incoming freshmen to know.
Chapel is a large part of the Trevecca experience, with services twice, sometimes three times a week throughout the University’s history.
Many Trevecca students over the years have taken time out of their busy schedules for extracurricular activities, campus clubs and organizations. Since 1941, Trevecca’s student government has been an important part of the campus community.
As Thanksgiving break comes to a close, Christmas is near, and the new semester is approaching. High school students, particularly seniors, should now be getting pretty far along in their college decision process.
As a freshman well into the second week of classes, Bishop Rhodes is already impressed with his college experience. A native of Columbia, Tenn., Rhodes first visited campus last November after hearing about it from a couple of friends.
It’s finally here. The next step after graduating high school and the first official day of your college experience: freshman move-in day, which just so happens to be tomorrow. While the day is packed with new experiences and can get a little hectic, move-in day is definitely a milestone for undergraduate students. Here are some tips to make tomorrow a success.
Congratulations, sophomores! You’ve successfully completed your first year of college. You may already know this, but each year of school is different. Freshman year was a new season of life for you as you made new friends and experienced dorm life. That first year of undergrad opened your eyes to higher education, community, and a bit of the real world. But what can you expect from your second year of college?