Transylvania professor Zoé Strecker kicks off a blog series on our campus theme of Resilience.
At the start of Transylvania’s second week of remote learning, Interim President John Williams recorded a message for students, faculty and staff.
Joseph Casey McClure will bring a passion for community building to his new role as director of Transylvania University’s Department of Public Safety, which he starts Wednesday.
Students will be issued a credit equal to 40% of the room and board fees assessed for the winter term based on the room and meal plan for which they were charged.
Representatives from the city collected the personal protection supplies on Thursday morning as soon as they were available, and they expressed their appreciation, inviting other institutions to follow suit.
While offices will be closed for in-person visits until further notice, university personnel are available by telephone or email during regular business hours.
During this time of self-isolation because of the coronavirus, Transylvania University senior Taylor Mahlinger is sharing her musical gifts with the school community during Wake Up Wednesday, a service organized by the school’s Office of Spirituality and Religious Life.
Transylvania students who were living in residence halls need to be aware their school is going to count them through the Group Quarters Enumeration.
In a time defined by us trying to keep a safe distance from one another, Transylvania staff members want to make sure students don’t feel so isolated.
The Transylvania community has pulled together to prepare for remote learning beginning today and lasting through the end of the academic year.