“We are announcing updates to our plans that prioritize individual empowerment and community responsibility for our students, faculty and staff, giving each as much choice and flexibility as possible.”
Beginning next week, Transylvania will hold a number of online town hall meetings for faculty, staff, incoming and returning students and student‑athletes.
We’re all about preparing the leaders of the future. It’s what Transylvania has been doing so well for 240 years.
Interim President Williams and President-Designate Lewis are working closely with their team at Transylvania, as well as other college presidents throughout Kentucky, to develop plans for a fall reopening of the campus while meeting public health directives.
My optimism is tinged with realism as we take in the constantly changing information available on the novel coronavirus pandemic and how our society is responding to it.
Transylvania’s food service partner was highlighted by a national publication for helping feed Lexington’s homeless.
Transylvania University is offering transfer assistance to students from Urbana University, which announced this week it is closing at the end of its Spring 2020 semester.
Answering the call to shine a green light — the color of compassion — on buildings and homes across the commonwealth, Transylvania has turned on the lights at Old Morrison.
With Transylvania’s classes and administrative work happening remotely these days, many students, faculty and staff are spending time in videoconferences such as Google Meet or Zoom. One of the unique features on Zoom’s video platform is the ability to use a virtual background, and now you can put yourself back on campus with Transy’s new…
At the start of Transylvania’s second week of remote learning, Interim President John Williams recorded a message for students, faculty and staff.