The Transylvania University community pulled together during a recent fundraiser to help pay for scholarships and aid that students will need when they return to campus this fall.
Transy student Drew Dodds ’21, whose selection by UK’s Early Assurance Program guarantees him a spot in med school, is thankful for the support of The Transylvania Fund donors.
Transylvania senior Taylor Mahlinger discusses the positive impact a Transylvania education is having on her life — both academically and personally.
Transylvania sophomore Nyah Mattison, a double major in computer science and digital arts and media, explains her path and how the Transy community supports her work.
For Transylvania student Zaida Jones ’22, the support of a scholarship has given her confidence and enabled her to stay focused on becoming a forensic pathologist.
Transylvania’s Office of Alumni and Development on Wednesday launched an enhanced, mobile-friendly website with a fresh look.
Maggie Wright ’22 is a pre-med student, Kenan scholar, chemistry major, president of the Student Alumni Association, sorority member, flautist, recipient of a music scholarship, native of Warsaw, Kentucky, and a double legacy student.
The Transylvania Fund supports scholarships for outstanding students and provides for the greatest needs of Pioneers, all while bolstering Transy’s national reputation.
For Heather Chaudoin ’22, the goal of Transylvania’s annual Phonathon is to create scholarship funds for students — and she enjoys talking with alumni.
We are proud to welcome the Class of 2019 to our family of distinguished Transylvania alumni! This year’s class continues our tradition of excellence and achievement — here are just a few of the places they’ll be making an impact. You can make an impact, too, by supporting future Pioneers. Go to transy.edu to make…