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Pioneer Prospects

Become a Transy PARTner

Pioneer Prospects is a project of the Transylvania Admissions and PART (Pioneer Alumni Recruitment Team) that encourages Alumni and other members of the Transylvania University family to identify prospective students.  Statistics show that alumni recommendations are one of the most effective ways to get a prospective student to apply, visit campus, and ultimately attend Transylvania.

As Transylvania alumni, you are among our most persuasive recruiters because you know from personal experience why Transy is such a special place. Although there have been changes to the campus, many of the qualities you remember, such as great relationships with faculty members, excellent opportunities for campus involvement, and a strong commitment to academic excellence, remain the same.

By making referrals, attending recruitment events, and sharing your Transy experiences, you’ll help worthy students learn what Transy has to offer, and you’ll help the University meet its enrollment goals.  Please complete the following information. This information will be sent to the Office of Admissions and the student will be contacted.

Thank you for being our PARTner!

I would like to recommend the following student as a future Pioneer

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