When the National Association for College Admission Counseling meets in Louisville this September, Johnnie Johnson will not only share his passion for providing access to higher education, but he will put Transylvania University on the radar of high school guidance counselors across the country.
Transylvania University President Seamus Carey on Monday announced that Director of Admissions Johnnie Johnson will serve as interim vice president for enrollment, and Dean of Students Michael Covert will serve as interim vice president for student life, both beginning July 1.
The YMCA of Central Kentucky Black Achievers recently honored Transylvania University with the 2019 Community Achiever of the Year Award for the school’s partnership with the program. Transylvania not only provides a space for Black Achievers to meet two Saturday mornings a month, but members of the university community also participate in activities with the…
Deepa Dubal has been named Transylvania University’s vice president for information technology.
Ashley Hill, Transylvania University’s director of student wellbeing, is helping Lexington wake up and recognize the many resources available to victims of sexual violence—and to prevent these assaults from happening in the first place.
Courtney Smith’s zeal for travel rivals her mission to inspire the same curiosity in others. She wants everyone to share in those life-altering opportunities that can only happen abroad.
Transylvania President Seamus Carey announced that Professor of Political Science Michael Cairo has accepted the position of interim Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the University.
Emily Miller says she’s excited to provide support to Transy’s community—to be there for individuals on their spiritual journeys, but also to offer opportunities for students and the institution to recognize and understand the beliefs of a diverse student body.