Transylvania helps students grow as global citizens and prepares them to use their global knowledge in their future professional lives.
Transylvania University is offering transfer assistance to students from Cincinnati Christian University, which announced this week it is closing at the end of 2019.
Anna Tussey ’13 is a language teacher at Louisville’s John F. Kennedy Montessori Elementary School, a researcher who has worked with Guatemalan-Maya students, the children of indigenous immigrants, and the new board chair of a nonprofit called the Guatemalan Educational Outreach.
Alums Allison Conder ’14 and Nzinga Donovan ’13 founded the nonprofit Kairos International to invest in the soul, mind and skills of young adults in developing nations.
The Legacy Scholarship will award $8,000 over four years to eligible students whose parents, stepparents, grandparents or siblings have attended Transylvania or are currently enrolled.
It’s the experience you’ve been dreaming about in the perfect college city. This fall you can see for yourself at Destination Transy.
In a new rating that spotlights schools for advancing the social mobility of their students, U.S. News & World Report ranks Transylvania University 50th among the nation’s liberal arts colleges.
Transylvania wants to connect with potential students by using technology to welcome them virtually.
In June, Transylvania became the first college in Kentucky to partner with Bon Appétit Management Company, an award-winning industry pioneer whose mission is “food service for a sustainable future.” In choosing Bon Appétit, Transy is looking to bring fresh, healthy, chef-driven, sustainable and local food choices to students, faculty and staff. The “local” part of that…
Each Crimson Caravan is unique, but our aim is to bring a bit of the Transy community and spirit to you and your family in your own backyard.