The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, which includes most Transylvania University teams, announced Monday that it will postpone high contact risk fall sports and move forward with fall seasons in the low contact sports of golf, tennis and cross country.
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.
Around 60 members of Transylvania’s incoming first-year class are taking part in this year’s Pioneer Summer Leadership Program. These virtual get-togethers are introducing them to some of their new classmates and preparing them to help guide the rest of the Class of 2024 in the transition from high school to college.
Transylvania is expanding its Digital Liberal Arts initiative to give students an edge in a world increasingly dependent on new technologies.
Transylvania professor Jeremy Paden and alumna Annelisa Hermosilla ’18 collaborated on the children’s book “Under the Ocelot Sun / Bajo el sol del Ocelote,” which was published earlier this week.
Beginning next week, Transylvania will hold a number of online town hall meetings for faculty, staff, incoming and returning students and student‑athletes.
Robin Prichard, Transylvania’s coordinator of pre‑health preparation programs, will serve as the lead for the university’s COVID‑19 pandemic response.
While the pandemic has pretty much ground any globetrotting to a halt, three Transylvania students look forward to taking advantage of a prestigious scholarship that will financially support their studying abroad — once it’s safe.
Deidra Dennie brings a passion for positive change to her role as Transylvania’s vice president for diversity and inclusion, which she begins today.