First Year Ambassadors are new Transylvania students who have been trained on the resources available to campus and have started developing friendships with their class.
Angela Roberts ’98 received gifts from Transy sorority sisters she graduated with — and from those she’s never met, including current students during a recent 42-day hospital stay.
“I expected to get an amazing education, which I did. But I didn’t realize the affect some of the relationships would have on me. … It’s really exceeded my expectations.”
Transylvania’s Alternative Break was born with the intention of infusing ethical responsibility into service.
The 2019 Senior Awards recognize achievement in academics, leadership and campus involvement.
Transylvania is known for its unique traditions and legacies. But it’s the personal transformation—the journey that leads Pioneers to their true path—that may be the most important tradition of all.
More than 200 graduates crossed the stage in front of the university’s iconic Old Morrison administration building to receive their Bachelor of Arts degrees, while family and friends celebrated their many accomplishments.
Graduating seniors can benefit from the illumination of professors and alumni who have been there before—and are more than happy to pass on the light.
Grace Kim a rising junior at Transylvania University, will study in Seoul, South Korea, this fall as part of the International Studies Abroad program at Korea University. Because of the expanded GlobalTransy offerings, Kim will take advantage of a program tailored to her psychology major—and in the country of her choice. Not only will she…
Growing up in Cincinnati, Transylvania University senior Abby Cullen couldn’t quite put her thumb on what she wanted to do with her life. “That unsettled me,” she admits. But she hoped to work for the consumer. “I knew that, as a business person, I wanted to ensure that the customer was being respected and represented,…