LEXINGTON, Ky.—Twenty students have been awarded Transylvania University’s William T. Young Scholarship. Student applicants participate in a highly competitive process based on grades and test scores, extracurricular activities, a written essay and a personal interview. Each scholarship covers tuition and the general fee—a value in excess of $90,000 over a four-year period.
The program is named in honor of the late William T. Young, former chairman of Transylvania’s board of trustees and a Lexington civic leader and businessman.
Melinda Ann Borie, Louisville, Ky., Ballard High School
Katie Mae Brewer, London, Ky., South Laurel High School
Erin Lynn Brock, West Chester, Ohio, Lakota West High School
Holly Michelle Brown, Brodhead, Ky., Rockcastle County High School
Kellie Renee Davis, Mt. Washington, Ky., Assumption High School
Joshua Robert Edge, Owensboro, Ky., Daviess County High School
Charli Beth Fant, Glasgow, Ky., Glasgow High School
Kaitlyn Bryn Foree, Pleasureville, Ky., Henry County High School
Joseph Belfield Glass, Paris, Ky., Bourbon County High School
Isaiah Hampton Harney, Morehead, Ky., Rowan County Senior High School
Margaret Ann Heaberlin, Paintsville, Ky., Paintsville High School
Elizabeth Trulia Heines, Shepherdsville, Ky., North Bullitt High School
Lindsey Madison Jagoe, Owensboro, Ky., Daviess County High School
Amelia Anne Reesor, Louisville, Ky., Assumption High School
Lindsey Taylor Robke, Independence, Ky., Simon Kenton High School
Viktoria Safarian, Lexington, Ky., Tates Creek High School
David Thomas Saxon, Madisonville, Ky., Hopkins County Central High School
Sara Elizabeth Waddell, Lakewood, Ohio, Lakewood High School
Jeremy Lynn Yoder, Madisonville, Ky., Madisonville North Hopkins High School
April Elizabeth York, Glendale, Ky., Central Hardin High School
Transylvania, founded in 1780, is the nation’s sixteenth oldest institution of higher learning and is consistently ranked in national publications as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the country.