Most likely you have been made aware of the construction going on around the Truett-McConnell College campus. This blog will serve to keep you up-to-date with the progress of the renovations and building projects going on. As you drive onto the campus, the view of bulky CAT equipment is usually there to greet you. The beeping of tractors and dump trucks, the clanging of tools, and the aroma of “breaking ground” are all reminders of the greatness that is taking place. As a student, it is hard not to be distracted when the ruckus outside is pulling your attention from the classroom to the excitement of what’s happening outside. The construction has caused a few inconveniences: who needs an alarm clock when you have the sound of tractors beeping to wake you up in the morning?
The Internet runs slow at times, and driving on campus is just about prohibited. However, we’ll gladly bear these small inconveniences in the hopes and confidence of what Truett-McConnell College is becoming. “From the very first verse, to the very last tribe” – that’s the hope of Truett-McConnell; this is why there are mounds of dirt all over campus. The foundation is being laid to expand the Miller building, the scaffolds surround the windows in the café, and the new dorms are being built. This college is making itself available to be used by God in whichever way He wants to. I suggest you keep up with the forward movement of TMC. God is doing great things! Keep checking back for more updates on the TMC Expansion!