While on-campus admissions visits have stopped for a while because of COVID-19, we are offering several ways for families to continue to learn how Transy can be a life-changing college experience for their students.
Transylvania’s Crimson Compass admitted student events are a great way for students who have been admitted to Transylvania to meet their classmates and learn more about life as a Pioneer.
Transylvania graduate Andrew Meyer took advantage of his alma mater’s 4+1 engineering graduate school partnership with the University of Kentucky.
One of the greatest lessons Amit Patel ’99 has learned from his travel is to become comfortable with discomfort.
One of the unique opportunities available to students in Lexington is the Sister Cities program, which facilitates partnerships including an exchange student partnership and a yearlong teaching placement at schools in one of Lexington’s four Sister Cities.
Transylvania education readies teachers to tackle issues that face American students growing up overseas.
Transylvania’s fine arts scholarships range from $1,000-$3,000 and can be combined with other academic scholarship awards.
Transylvania offers generous scholarship packages to students to come be a part of its life-changing college education. The largest awards — Premier Scholarships — range from $25,000 all the way to full tuition and fees. The Dec. 1 Early Action deadline to be considered for a Premier Scholarship is rapidly approaching.
On Thursday, Sept. 19, Transylvania University students will get a taste of all the opportunities they have to see the world as they study, research and work abroad to expand their horizons and gain valuable experience as global citizens.
Transylvania’s Writing Center is a campus hub of creativity and mentorship located in the library’s Academic Center for Excellence.