Two hundred years ago, in 1819, Rafinesque arrived at Transylvania University, hired as a professor of botany and natural science.
The Greet Line is an annual Transylvania tradition for first year students.
The first weekend at Transylvania was full of traditions for the Class of 2023 — moving in, greeting classmates, attending Transylvania’s Induction Ceremony. That culminated in yet one more tradition — a class photo on the steps of Old Morrison. The class is comprised of students from across Kentucky, 16 other states, and eight countries.…
Kentucky Monthly, a statewide news and lifestyle magazine, highlights some fun facts about Transylvania in its August issue.
During the Fayette County Public Schools 2019 State of Schools presentation, Transylvania’s Pioneer Pathway program received a Golden Apple Partnership Award.
It’s been a busy summer for members of Transylvania University’s Greek organizations, with students attending leadership training sessions and conventions — and multiple chapters receiving national awards.
Dr. Charles Ambrose, a champion of Transylvania’s Special Collections, passed away on June 29, leaving a legacy of contributions to the history of medical research.
Interim Vice President for Enrollment Johnnie Johnson recently appeared on the Get Schooled with Reeves and Ford podcast.
Transylvania University President Seamus Carey on Monday announced that Director of Admissions Johnnie Johnson will serve as interim vice president for enrollment, and Dean of Students Michael Covert will serve as interim vice president for student life, both beginning July 1.
Transylvania Vice President for Enrollment and Student Life Holly Sheilley was recently featured by The Lane Report in its cover article on the value of a college education. Sheilley, along with higher education leaders from some of Kentucky’s public and private colleges, responded to a series of questions about what students attending college can expect…