According to the U.S. Department of Labor, in 2013
the average weekly income of those with a bachelor’s
degree was nearly 70 percent higher than those
with only a high school diploma. With data like this,
there is no question that your college degree is an
investment that will pay dividends in the future.
Rest assured, at Troy University you will earn a highly
respected degree that will not break the bank. Our
admissions and financial aid counselors are also here
to help you navigate the numerous options to help
you pay for your education.
In-state per credit hour $272
Out-of-state per credit hour $544
Application fee one-time charge $30
General University fee per credit hour $39
Registration fee per semester $50
When TROY soccer player Kailani D. was
diagnosed with cancer, her team formed
#Project19 to build awareness of
Hodgkin’s lymphoma and to unite Trojans
in supporting Kailani’s recovery.
TROY student Jared A. unearths a delicate
artifact in Ashkelon, Israel, the site of an
TROY graduates accomplish more
than they ever thought possible.