Do you love the individual attention you get at a small school but crave the opportunities available at huge colleges? You can have both as a Transylvania student.
Philosophy major Kaitlin Hizny spent the summer of 2011 in a prestigious bioethics internship at Yale University. The highly selective program comprised an international group of undergraduates and graduate students—including medical and law school students—who attended lectures and seminars, debated hot issues, and conducted cutting-edge research.
Kaitlin is the fourth Transylvania student selected for the Yale program. In fact, Prya Murad ’11, our first student to participate, impressed Yale so much that they now save a spot every summer for a Transylvania student. Prya will attend the London School of Economics and Political Science this fall to complete a one-year master of science program in biomedicine, bioscience, and society before she goes on to law school.
Transylvania University admits students regardless of age, race, color, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, national origin, or any other classification protected by federal or state law or local ordinance.