Beginning Tuesday through April 30, the Beck Center’s practice gym will serve as a shelter for 40-50 individuals who regularly stay at the Hope Center.
Students will be issued a credit equal to 40% of the room and board fees assessed for the winter term based on the room and meal plan for which they were charged.
While offices will be closed for in-person visits until further notice, university personnel are available by telephone or email during regular business hours.
The Transylvania community has pulled together to prepare for remote learning beginning today and lasting through the end of the academic year.
“We have been working for the last several weeks as a senior administrative team with a variety of staff and now all of our faculty members to prepare them to provide the remote instruction for this time.”
After extensive conversations with campus leadership, we have decided to move to remote instruction for the remainder of the academic year and provide May term instruction remotely only for seniors who require credits to graduate in May.
While on-campus admissions visits have stopped for a while because of COVID-19, we are offering several ways for families to continue to learn how Transy can be a life-changing college experience for their students.
After extensive conversations with campus leadership, Transylvania University Interim President John Williams announced the following initial actions taken by the university in response to the current COVID-19 health crisis.
A newly published novel translated by Transylvania professor Veronica Dean-Thacker picks up where Miguel de Cervantes left off in the early 1600s with the end of “Don Quixote.”
A former poet laureate himself, Transylvania professor Richard Taylor looks forward to this month’s visit by U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo. “I think it’s a big deal for Kentucky,” Taylor said.