If you are looking for a party school, you shouldn't attend this school.
A person with very loose morals should not attend Trevecca.
Someone who likes to participate in worldly events such as parties, drinking, drugs, sex and gambling.
A person that doesn't know what they want to do or just party alot... don't waste your time
The person who does not like rules, or follow them closely. The type of person who likes to party all the time.
Someone interesting in partying, having a good time, or getting a lot of action should look elsewhere. This is a quiet school with strict policies.
Students that want to get away from home and party. This school is very academically consentrated and takes grades seriously. It is a religious private school and stresses a relationship with Christ. Young Adults that want to party through life and college really have no business being at TNU.
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