Dr. John N. Williams ’74 began serving as interim president of Transylvania University on Thursday, Aug. 15.
Transylvania exemplifies the very best of liberal education by guiding the attention of students to the richness of the world and encouraging them to stake their claim on the future tense.
Seamus Carey will step down as president of Transylvania University this summer, Chairman of the Board of Trustees William T. Young Jr. announced Monday afternoon.
Transylvania University President Seamus Carey knows first-hand what it’s like to be a student athlete.
Students and their families in search of the substantive values of education and not just status can avoid the competitive admissions frenzy by casting a wider net to consider nonelite colleges. In doing so, they will find gems in their backyards.
Transylvania’s 26th president is the featured guest on the next edition of Connections with Renee Shaw on Kentucky Educational Television.
Our commitment to purpose sustains the light we pass on from student to student, class to class, generation to generation.
We often invoke our school’s motto when referring to the distinctiveness of our community – In Lumine Illo Tradimus Lumen. We can only pass on the light, however, if we keep it burning.
The work Bryan Station High School and its academies are doing to empower individuals goes hand-in-hand with our mission at Transylvania and we value that work.
Erica Horn is a Transy success story—not because she pursued advanced certifications and degrees and has established herself as a respected professional, but because, from that position of privilege and comfort, she has reached out to others who need a little extra assistance.