Jeremy Sheffield brings a passion for serving students to Transylvania, where he began earlier this week as the new director of residence life.
Transylvania’s Gratz Perk coffee shop will continue its Saturday hours for the rest of the academic year, a move that is not only well received by students but may even help with admissions.
The 2020 Census is coming to Transylvania University.
Each day hundreds of members of the Transylvania community use the North Broadway crosswalk to get from one side of campus to the other.
Transylvania’s winter shutdowns — which involve the closure of most offices until after New Year’s Day — have saved the university nearly a half-million dollars on utility bills since they began eight years ago.
A new exhibition at Transylvania’s Morlan Gallery highlights artists who employ queer archives and histories — from the personal to the collective, the informal to the institutional, the real to the imagined.
Transylvania University is taking advantage of these pleasant fall days to get its future Campus Center enclosed so work can continue on the interior when winter weather arrives.
Transylvania wants to connect with potential students by using technology to welcome them virtually.
People traveling along North Broadway are getting a glimpse of what our new Campus Center will look like now that most of the steel frame is in place. Once work on the steel structure wraps up on the $29.6 million facility, the most notable progress that passersby will notice is the construction of exterior walls.…
Transylvania has been deeply ingrained in the life of Interim President John N. Williams since the beginning.