Transylvania graduate Andrew Meyer took advantage of his alma mater’s 4+1 engineering graduate school partnership with the University of Kentucky.
For Transylvania student Zaida Jones ’22, the support of a scholarship has given her confidence and enabled her to stay focused on becoming a forensic pathologist.
Transylvania University on Wednesday rededicated memorial plaques honoring Transylvanians who lost their lives in service to our country during World War I and World War II.
Transylvania’s Office of Alumni and Development on Wednesday launched an enhanced, mobile-friendly website with a fresh look.
Completing her degree at Johns Hopkins, Lauren Gilbert ’18 is drawn to big projects that can make a significant difference in people’s lives.
On this Veterans Day 2019, 75 years after the end of World War II, we remember Jack G. Adair ’45, the Transylvanians who have served in the military across the years, and the military members whose training began on the college’s campus and who, for a brief time, shared our company.
Maggie Wright ’22 is a pre-med student, Kenan scholar, chemistry major, president of the Student Alumni Association, sorority member, flautist, recipient of a music scholarship, native of Warsaw, Kentucky, and a double legacy student.
Transylvania helps students grow as global citizens and prepares them to use their global knowledge in their future professional lives.
The Transylvania Fund supports scholarships for outstanding students and provides for the greatest needs of Pioneers, all while bolstering Transy’s national reputation.
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.