Brick by brick, Forrer Hall is coming down to make way for a vibrant new space for Transylvania’s campus. As we’ve shared construction updates the past few months, our alumni have shared their memories of Forrer. According to your comments on our social media posts, it’s a building that holds a lot of memories —…
Tim Meko, an award-winning graphic reporter who is deputy graphics director at the Washington Post, uses data, design and code to distill the most complicated information into decipherable and often stunning visuals.
“Choosing to go to Transy has been the best decision of my life, by far. I will always give back to Transy.”
Any gift of $25 or more made between Dec. 18 and the end of the year — Dec. 31 — will get your name put in a drawing to be the new Raf sign owner.
Perhaps even more important than teaching health, Lissanu shares fundamentals from her own education at Transy.
The many challenging dimensions of Les Johnson’s productivity relate directly to his liberal arts grounding at Transylvania.
“Transy was the place to help grow my abilities to execute, lead and learn the importance of knowing other people.”
Introducing the local community members who volunteer their time to serve as chapter advisors for Transy’s Greek organizations.
A century ago, 32 students left the classrooms of Transylvania for the battlefields of Europe. The young men and women served as soldiers, sailors and nurses during the first World War.
Erica Horn is a Transy success story—not because she pursued advanced certifications and degrees and has established herself as a respected professional, but because, from that position of privilege and comfort, she has reached out to others who need a little extra assistance.