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How to Apply

Find your status below. Then click the link for more information about the application process.

Admissions office
  • First-time Student

    If you are applying for admission while still in high school, or if you have graduated from high school and have never enrolled at a college or university, you are considered a first-time student. This includes students who have taken college level or dual credit courses while in high school. 

    Application options and required materials

  • Transfer Student

    If you have graduated from high school and previously enrolled at another college or university and received credit for coursework, you are a transfer student. (This does not apply to high school students who have taken college courses while enrolled in high school. Those students are considered first-time students.)

    Application options and required materials

  • International Student

    If you are not a United States citizen or permanent resident, you are considered an international student.

    Application options and required materials

  • Readmission

    If you were formerly enrolled at Transylvania, but your time here was interrupted and you were not enrolled during the most recent term, you must apply for readmission through the registrar's office. For more information, contact Michelle Rawlings, registrar, at registrar@transy.edu or (859) 233-8116.

  • Non-degree Admission

    If you want to take college-level courses at Transylvania, but you have not been admitted to a Transylvania University degree program, you must apply as a non-degree student through the registrar's office. For more information, contact Michelle Rawlings, registrar, at registrar@transy.edu or (859) 233-8116.

Admissions office
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