As a German studies and international affairs double major and French minor at Transy, senior Savannah Lambert has developed impressive language skills and a deep knowledge of the world. But there’s no substitute for experience, which is how she found herself in Regensburg, Germany, studying through the Kentucky Institute for International Studies Germany Spring Semester program.
Rising senior Hudson Chastain has established himself as a leader in the classroom and on the baseball diamond, finding that Transylvania allows him to be at his best in all facets of his college career.
Visitors to Transylvania now have yet another way to explore campus — one that will turn their smartphone into a multimedia guide at the ready anytime day or night.
Applications opened today for rising high school seniors to be part of Transylvania’s Class of 2025.
Prepared to pivot in the uncertain job market of the COVID-19 era, a graduating biology major lands an unexpected job as content creator and lab technician.
Transylvania University has named Johnnie Johnson as its vice president for admissions effective immediately. Johnson has served as the interim vice president for enrollment since July 2019.
Answering the urgent need for medical devices — from cranial plates to COVID-19 test swabs — Dr. Gerald “Jerry” Grant ’81 innovates with digital imaging and interdisciplinary teams.
Transylvania has updated the school’s policy on advanced placement scores earned on AP exams taken in high school. While the university normally accepts scores of 4 or 5 on AP exams as a unit of credit for a course at Transylvania, the policy has expanded to also accept a score of 3 as a unit of credit.
Physics, art and athletics round out Transy senior who will pursue radiation science in the medical physics program at UK.
Recent Transylvania graduate Hannah Weber has received an Alpha Lambda Delta national honor society fellowship.