Martin native elected to student government

Martin native elected to student government

Posted: Friday, October 26, 2012 8:04 pm

Tim Bergman, a junior at Trevecca Nazarene University, was elected to a position in student government for the 2012-2013 school year.
Student government officials have the privilege of being the voice of the student body.
Bergman is a psychology major native from Martin, and holds the position of junior class vice president.
Trevecca Nazarene University, located in the heart of Music City, USA-Nashville, Tennessee-is a Christian university committed to being a place “where great stories begin.”
Through its 88 baccalaureate and three associate degree majors, multiple master’s degree programs, and two doctorates, Trevecca prepares students to write their own great stories that emphasize leadership and service.
Students in Trevecca’s student body of 2,475 come from 38 states, 13 countries, and 28 religious traditions.
Trevecca offers students an environment that fosters learning and accomplishment.
Visit www.trevecca.edu <http://www.trevecca.edu>  to learn more about Trevecca. Published in The WCP 10.25.12

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