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.
Amanda Mason Gevedon ’14, who chose to attend Transylvania for its chemistry and math programs, discovered accounting through the liberal arts curriculum. Now she’s a CPA.
Retiring after nearly 30 years with the Lexington Fire Department, Chief Kristin Chilton ’90 recalls how something as simple as taking an elective in her senior year could lead to an opportunity that changed her life and the course of a community institution.