Transylvania University is once again partnering with Lexington’s Bryan Station High School to create a new dual credit program for select juniors and seniors in the Spanish Immersion program.
Students from Appalachia interested in health care fields can now study at Transylvania University and return to their home region to work for Appalachian Regional Healthcare thanks to a new partnership.
Through an internship for academic credit, Transylvania senior Ben Gallenstein displayed, archived and researched ancient Greek and Roman coins.
In the daunting first days of college, nerves and self-doubt can tamper with the confidence of even the highest achiever. Happily for Shelby Hamm ’25, the very reasons that brought her to Transylvania quickly put her at ease.
For Transylvania graduate Sarah Allison, much of the fun of public history is working with people to connect them to the resources they need.