Scrolling through Transylvania’s Instagram account last week, the university’s communications team noticed a familiar face smiling back at them from Thailand. Junior Jonathan Neal is studying abroad through a GlobalTransy partnership with Webster University. For the last several days, the political science major has been sharing photos of his experience through Webster’s study abroad Instagram…
Transylvania’s Alternative Winter Break highlights the value of service in a liberal arts education — and it’s a way for students to make meaningful connections with people in another country.
The 2020 Census is coming to Transylvania University.
This Transy tradition allows students a moment of stress-free time during finals week, as well as a time to share with friends, faculty and staff as the semester comes to a close.
Transy student Drew Dodds ’21, whose selection by UK’s Early Assurance Program guarantees him a spot in med school, is thankful for the support of The Transylvania Fund donors.
While Writing for Nonprofits focuses on reading, analyzing and crafting communications used by community-based organizations, working directly with these groups gives students real-world experience.
Transylvania senior Taylor Mahlinger discusses the positive impact a Transylvania education is having on her life — both academically and personally.
Comprehending how we fit into the world inevitably relates back to knowing who we are.
Transylvania sophomore Nyah Mattison, a double major in computer science and digital arts and media, explains her path and how the Transy community supports her work.
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.