Scrolling through Transylvania’s Instagram account last week, the university’s communications team noticed a familiar face smiling back at them from Thailand. Junior Jonathan Neal is studying abroad through a GlobalTransy partnership with Webster University. For the last several days, the political science major has been sharing photos of his experience through Webster’s study abroad Instagram…
Transylvania graduate Andrew Meyer took advantage of his alma mater’s 4+1 engineering graduate school partnership with the University of Kentucky.
At Transylvania, Alexa Valarezo ’21 is a math and religion major — as well as a campus leader.
Junior Grace Kim is studying in Seoul, South Korea, through the new GlobalTransy program.
Art historian and curator Joseph L. Underwood ’12 recently stopped by his alma mater to meet with students.
Tatianna Verswyvel ’22 talks about the opportunity to study in Prague as a recipient of a prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship.
Transylvania University students Aissata Sackho ’21 (left) and Tatianna Verswyvel ’22 recently received a prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship — an award from the U.S. Department of State that enables students to study or intern abroad, thereby gaining skills critical to our national security and economic prosperity.
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.
Stevee Candrl ’20, who is on Transylvania’s eventing team, is the first Pioneer to be part of a new 3+4 Pharmacy Program, a partnership with the University of Kentucky.