The Academic Services Office provides support in all phases at all levels of students' academic experiences. Located on the upper level of the Center for Leadership, Calling, and Service, the office includes tutoring and study groups, with an emphasis on math and writing assistance. Students may also initiate study groups in a particular course, using the area as a place to meet. In addition, student success series workshops are a regular part of the services provided for students and include such topics as time management, study systems, general test preparation, basic research skills and academic honesty. Other workshops include test-specific techniques aimed at addressing ways to prepare for such tests as the ACT and the Core Academic Skills Assessment for Educators. The Academic Services personnel look forward to meeting and working with students in their academic pursuits.
Career services are provided by the sophomore, junior, and senior year experiences as it relates to the progressive nature of preparing students for a career. It provides students with career and life calling assessments, career development counseling, and a structured internship program for selected majors. Career Services also offers job-search related strategy workshops, career exploration events, resume and interviewing education, mock interviews, assistance with graduate school admissions, career fairs, on-campus interviewing, job postings and job referrals. These services are available to all students and alumni Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, and other times by appointment. Students and alumni can access to view local job postings and post their resumes for employer viewing.
The University offers a wide range of counseling/advising services to its students. The director of counseling services and counseling interns are available to meet with students in the Center for Leadership, Calling, and Service. Counseling services include personal counseling, pre-marital counseling, and assessment. Students may set up an appointment by accessing the Counseling Services page on TNU4U or contacting Dr. Sara Hopkins, director of counseling services, at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, any member of the faculty, administration, or staff is willing to be available to a student who desires assistance. Personnel in the Office of Student Development are available to help students solve personal and social problems. The resident directors and resident assistants in the residence halls also assist in this area. For spiritual counseling, the members of the Office of the Chaplain maintain regular office hours.
Institutions of Higher Education are governed by two laws that deal with students with disabilities — the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. Trevecca Nazarene University strives to be an inclusive community for all students with equal access to education as the governing principal. The institution has the right to maintain academic standards, and no accommodation may be permitted to reduce that standard for any student. Accommodations are available to provide reasonable access to Trevecca's facilities, academics, and programs. Students seeking accommodations for any type of disability (including students with special dietary needs required by a physician) are encouraged to contact the coordinator of student disability services in the Center for Leadership, Calling, and Service for information concerning the documentation of a disability and the procedure for implementing accommodations.
Those desiring employment on campus should come to the Center for Leadership, Calling, and Service. Career Services handles all matters relating to student employment including college work study applicants. Numerous job listings, both on and off campus, are maintained regularly and are posted daily online. Career Services also hosts job fairs and recruitment activity, teaches job search skills, and coordinates the career internship program for juniors and seniors. An on-campus job fair is offered every August during the first week of school.