First Generation Women Achievers of the Bluegrass is a nonprofit that awards scholarships to first-generation female students enrolled at local colleges including Transylvania.
Transylvania’s chapter of Circle K International on Saturday will participate in a project to promote literacy among children who live in at-risk neighborhoods.
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 Transylvania community will participate in the local Freedom March and various service projects for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which is a National Day of Service.
Transylvania University is readying the elves and preparing for Santa Claus’ visit on Saturday. That’s when the school will bring the spirit of the season to 25 local elementary schoolchildren and their families for the 28th annual Crimson Christmas at the Living Arts and Science Center.
Every year as Thanksgiving approaches, Transylvania’s education program partners with James Lane Allen Elementary in a drive that invites the entire campus community to donate non-perishable food to assist the families of these local schoolchildren.
Joined by Interim President John N. Williams — who is a dentist — Transylvania University Pre-Dental Club students carpooled to the Mission Lexington clinic earlier this week to learn more about the field and volunteer opportunities.
After carving more than 600 jack-o’lanterns for this year’s PumpkinMania, Transylvania donated the scooped-out pumpkin guts to the Kentucky Wildlife Center.
Members of Transylvania’s Peace Corps Prep program engage with Lexington community partners like Habitat for Humanity.