Transylvania’s flexible approach to learning and teaching in the coronavirus era will be evident when the 2020-21 academic year kicks off later this month. Professors have recently notified students about fall term class modalities — i.e., ways they’ll deliver instruction: in person, remotely or a hybrid of the two.
Members of the Transylvania community are letting people know why they think it’s important to wear a face mask to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Transylvania University will have COVID-19 testing available on campus for faculty, staff and off-campus and commuter students beginning Aug. 17.
Transylvania has adopted a daily self-screening app to reduce transmission of the coronavirus and to provide easy access to resources.
Transylvania’s return to campus prioritizes individual empowerment and community responsibility among our students, faculty and staff, giving each as much choice and flexibility as possible.
The Transylvania community’s camaraderie — and sense of shared responsibility — will be obvious this fall as the school works to ensure everyone stays healthy.
“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.”
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.
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.