Troy University has earned the seventh-ranked spot in a survey of nearly a half-million military service members taking college-level courses.
A study, presented by the Defense Department’s Chief of Continuing Education Carolyn Baker, ranked TROY as the seventh most popular choice among military service members enrolled in bachelor-level or master-level courses. Baker’s report credits TROY with 30,841 course enrollments by military members.
In spring 2009, about 3,000 active-duty service members were served through the University’s Global Campus.
The study also revealed that online or distance-education courses outpaced in-classroom courses in the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps.