Transylvania has distributed more than $400,000 in federal coronavirus relief funds over the past month to help students cover expenses related to the disruption of campus operations.
“It is our sincere intention to deliver our traditional, on-campus experience this fall and resume the individualized, personal instruction for which Transylvania has been known for 240 years.”
Transylvania is arranging a virtual commencement for May 23 at 9 a.m. The school plans to have an in-person ceremony whenever it’s safe.
Interim President Williams and President-Designate Lewis are working closely with their team at Transylvania, as well as other college presidents throughout Kentucky, to develop plans for a fall reopening of the campus while meeting public health directives.
Given guidance from the governor and the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, Transylvania University will be canceling its June summer camps.
My optimism is tinged with realism as we take in the constantly changing information available on the novel coronavirus pandemic and how our society is responding to it.
Transylvania’s food service partner was highlighted by a national publication for helping feed Lexington’s homeless.
Answering the call to shine a green light — the color of compassion — on buildings and homes across the commonwealth, Transylvania has turned on the lights at Old Morrison.
Resilience represents a recovery from the shock of unexpected hardship. We mean hopeful action as opposed to passive resignation.
The coronavirus pandemic didn’t stop the Transylvania community from pulling together to put on the school’s annual Juried Student Art Show.