Transylvania makes it easy for you to stay connected with your classmates, your university records and accounts, and the general goings-on on campus.
Thanks to the hardworking staff in Information Technology (IT), you'll have access to a variety of technology tools and services that will make your college experience more streamlined and efficient. Whether you live on campus, commute, or are studying abroad, the IT staff members are here to serve you: from answering technology questions or maintaining lab computers to making it possible for you to register for courses and view your grades online.
Admitted students will receive information about their TNET account in mid-March. Access TNet to review your financial aid package and accept or decline particular awards within your aid package. You can also use TNet to view class offerings for the fall term and register for T-Alerts.
Your TNet user ID will be sent to you in a letter from the admissions office. This letter explains how to reset your TNet password, which will be sent to the email address you provided on your admission application. If you need to use a different email address, please contact the admissions office.
You will receive your Transylvania email address in July before you come to campus. You can access your email account anywhere in the world by visiting http://google.transy.edu.
Your Transy ID (the part of your email address before the @transy.edu) and password associated with your email account give you access to many university resources. For example, you can click Campus Community at the top of this page and log in to access Inside Transy, our campus intranet.
Visit http://outside.transy.edu to see a complete list of helpful Transylvania websites that are otherwise only available while on campus. You will be required to log in with your Transy ID and password to access these sites.
To receive any of these discounts, you will need to supply your Transylvania email address to verify that you are a member of the campus community.
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Every Transylvania student is given a Google Apps email address. This email address is used for communication between students, faculty, and university staff and can be accessed anywhere in the world.
There are over 100 computers available in residence halls and academic labs for students to use. Students who bring personal computers with wired or wireless capabilities may connect to the university network from their residence halls and have free access to network software, email, and the Internet.
Students, faculty, and staff may purchase a personal copy of Microsoft Office and other Microsoft and Adobe software at discounted prices. The software will be sent directly to you and is yours to keep. You can also purchase discounted Dell computers and receive a discount on an AT&T service plan for your cell phone.
Transylvania's mobile app, available for iPhone/iPod/iPad and Android platforms, offers an easy way to view our campus map, event listings, and news (see TNotes below). Students can log in to access their grades and class schedule and a complete campus directory.
To download the application, search for “Ellucian GO” in the app store for your device and select Transylvania from the list of colleges. Use your Transy ID and password to log in.
TNotes is Transylvania's internal communications site, where you can get all the news about campus events; opportunities for internships, study abroad, or community service; and recognition for student and faculty accomplishments. You'll want to check TNotes and the digital signs scattered across campus each day to stay on top of campus happenings.
TNet is your portal for personal information about course registrations, transcripts, grades, etc. It can be accessed from any Internet connection, including off campus.
T-Alerts notify students of emergencies on campus. Critical information is communicated via loudspeakers in residence halls and buildings, via email messages to all Transylvania addresses, and via text messages to cell phones of registered users.
Moodle is a web-based learning management system that makes it easy for professors to provide course syllabi, documents, graded assignments, quizzes, and discussion forums to students. Moodle can be accessed from any Internet connection, including off campus.
Transylvania does not base employment or academic decisions on a person’s age, race, color, gender, disability or any other criteria prohibited by law. We are committed to providing equal opportunity in employment and education for all.