Starting this year, graduates of Lexington’s Black Male Working Academy will be eligible to receive a minimum $27,500-per-year scholarship to attend Transylvania University. The new partnership recognizes the achievements of program participants, while providing them with a path to continue their education at one of the nation’s top liberal arts colleges. “This award-winning program has […]
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.
Graduates of Frederick Douglass High School’s biomedical science program are the newest students eligible to receive a minimum $20,000 per year scholarship to attend Transylvania University.
Eleven months after announcing its Annual Plan, Transylvania has updated its progress on the first-year goals of President Brien Lewis and the senior leadership team while also setting a course for the upcoming year.
Transylvania University is on track to welcome the its largest class in six years this August for fully in-person living and learning.