On May 4, 2013, Seton 2009 graduate Trevor graduated from Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois.
He graduated Summa Cum Laude (3.95 GPA) with a Bachelor of Science Degree for two majors: Business Administration and Business Information Systems.
Among the honors that he received while at ONU are:
- Designated by the Business Department at ONU as the “Outstanding Graduate in Business Information Systems” for the Class of 2013
- Elected to membership in Sigma Beta Delta, the business honors society at ONU
- Elected to membership in Phi Delta Lambda, the honor society of the colleges of the Church of the Nazarene (to be considered for induction you must be in the top 15% of the graduating class)
I would like to thank Seton for the rock solid education that I received throughout high school. Latin and English were grueling at times in HS, but it prepared me well for college. I can especially say this about English, which put me way ahead of the game and ready for my new job, which requires a lot of technical writing. Honestly, I can say that the first few years of college were easier than Seton HS.
Additionally, I can say that Seton did a fine job in preparing me to defend the Catholic faith. At college, especially a Protestant one, it is important to understand what you believe and why.
More than once during the mandatory Protestant theology and scripture classes, moments arose where I was required to defend the Catholic Church and its Doctrine. Without the thorough education in the Faith that I received from Seton and my parents, I would have been ill-equipped for this task.