Alabama Connecting Classrooms, Educators, & Students Statewide
Troy University is one of three centers of Alabama’s ACCESS (Alabama Connecting Classrooms,
Educators and Students Statewide) distance learning program—a program designed to
provide high-quality, online classes for all Alabama public schools.
Alabama World Affairs Council
Troy University is a proud partner of the Alabama World Affairs Council, a non-profit
organization that seeks to promote public awareness and understanding of international
affairs as they relate to U.S. interests in political, economic, cultural, historical
and military contexts.
Center for Environmental Research
The Center's mission is to provide research, education and public service with the
goal of maintaining environmental quality in Alabama.
Center for International Business and Economic Development
TROY is committed to playing an active role in the business and economic development
of the state of Alabama. For this reason, the University created the Center of International
Business and Economic Development (CIBED), a division of the Sorrell College of Business.
Center for Public Service
The Center for Public Service represents the University’s strong commitment to community
service by providing expert assistance to Alabama state and local government agencies,
as well as nonprofit organizations in the state.
Troy University offers a variety of continuing education opportunities ranging from
computer networks/security and community development to education, medicine, language,
real estate, law and more.
TROY partners with businesses, health systems, school districts, municipalities, professional
associations and other organizations to offer employees unique opportunities for educational
enhancement and career advancement.
Established in 2007, the Confucius Institute at Troy University is charged with bringing to the people of Alabama knowledge of China through
educational programming in Chinese language, culture and history.
The Office of Government Relations serves as a University liaison with state and federal
governments and agencies. The office monitors the state and federal legislative process
as it pertains to the mission of Troy University.
International Arts Center
A celebration of art, education and world cultures, the International Arts Center on the Troy Campus is the crowning jewel of the Janice
Hawkins Cultural Arts Park. Complete with art galleries, an interactive terracotta
warrior exhibit and graphic design classrooms, the Center is a valued addition to
the TROY family.
The Miss Troy University Pageant enjoys a long history of showcasing remarkable women
who embody scholarship, success, style and service – the four points of the Miss America
At each of TROY’s Alabama campuses, various meeting rooms and ballrooms are available
for use by University and local organizations. Room capacities range from 12 to 55
persons and ballrooms on the Troy Campus offer groups and organizations up to 6,000
square-feet of space.
Resources on Deafness & Blindness
Troy University is dedicated to assisting the hearing or sight impaired within our
communities through providing a series of helpful resources. TROY has demonstrated
its commitment to serving the hearing and/or sight impaired through its bachelor’s
program in interpreter training and an annual Helen Keller Lecture series that highlights
those who overcome physical obstacles to achieve success in life and career.
Rosa Parks Museum & Library
Located on the corner of Rosa Parks’ historic arrest, the Rosa Parks Museum resides
on the Montgomery Campus and welcomes thousands of visitors every year. People from around the globe
come to learn more about Mrs. Parks and to watch the Montgomery Bus Boycott and Civil
Rights movement come to life within the museum’s stationary and traveling exhibits.
Small Business Development Center
TROY’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides free consulting to help new
entrepreneurs evaluate their business ideas and existing businesses remain competitive
in today’s dynamic, global marketplace. Training seminars are designed to help broaden
business knowledge, regardless of your level of experience.
Since 1997, faculty and staff of Troy University have met the challenge of seeking
and securing resources to support the university mission by generating over $287 million
in external sponsor funding. The Troy University Office of Sponsored Programs is committed
to the support and development of these activities by the university's faculty and
staff, serving as the single point of contact for development, submission and management
of proposals to external sponsors.
TROY Public Radio
A source of news, music and NPR programming, TROY Public Radio serves the tri-state
area of central and southeast Alabama, southwest Georgia and the Florida Panhandle.
Students also have the opportunity to work hands-on in the radio realm alongside TROY’s
team of broadcast professionals.
As the University’s official television station, TROY TrojanVision reaches more than 200,000 potential viewers with daily, student-led news
broadcasts and educational, entertainment and sports programming. The station provides
students with hands-on opportunities to produce a live, 30-minute mid-day and nightly
W.A. Gayle Planetarium
Have a seat and enjoy a star-studded show at the W.A. Gayle Planetarium. Operated
by Troy University and the city of Montgomery, the planetarium hosts daily shows,
special nighttime events and private events such as birthday parties.
The Dothan Campus is home to the Harrison Walking Trail, which is made up of three
paths totaling approximately four-and-a-half miles. Commissioned in 1990 by Dr. Thomas
Harrison, former president of the Dothan Campus, provides one of Dothan’s best exercise
and nature venues.
Created at TROY’s Dothan Campus in 2002, the Wiregrass Archives identifies, preserves
and makes available to researchers the records and papers documenting the history
and development of the Wiregrass region of Alabama, Georgia and Florida.