Transylvania University111 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 300 N Broadway, Lexington, KY 40508, USA, United States
- Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-8592338300
- Time Required: 02:30 Hrs
- Tags: Educational Site, University
The Transylvania University is open for visits for prospective students as well as tourists in Lexington. The campus visits are a good way to understand the workings of this college. Prospective students can also meet the admissions counsellor in this visit. The university also arranges for interactions with faculty, staff and other members of their organisation on prior request. A lunch is also included in this campus tour. Visits are available throughout the year for tourists. Group visits in the university campus are also possible. Admission committees can also meet up with these groups.
Transylvania University Travel Tips
- All visits need prior booking.
How to Reach Transylvania University
- Bus stops – North Broadway @ 4th Outbound
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Transylvania University Reviews & Ratings
This is my daughter's 2nd year, we absolutely love it here
This is a very nice a beautiful university but I wish they had not dropped so much of the classes they offer!
Liberal nonsense. The administration is a joke and don't care about anything but themselves. Find another school.
Not a single class on Dracula and taking no action against hate speech is appalling.
As a parent, I would certainly NOT recommend Transy to another family or their young adult. My daughter attended Transy and we experienced numerous issues. First, after living in the dorm a few weeks, noticed security problems. Anyone could walk in off the streets (it happened) and have access to the floor. The first floor had water problems and flooded twice while there. Second, as a freshman you get the last pick of classes/instructors and that is also a major concern. Worst classes and worst instructors... good first impression! Lastly, housing wouldn't take action when her roommate was a partier and she wanted out. It was like pulling teeth to get any action from residence life. She transferred out and surprise, surprise... most of the Transy classes would not be accepted at other accredited colleges! That's a serious red flag when you're paying for a "high end" education. There are other great options for Liberal Arts Colleges in the region to consider before Transy. You don't always get what you pay for!