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The Dothan Campus,
located between the city of Dothan
(the “Hub of the Wiregrass”) and Fort Rucker, is home to
an outstanding faculty and staff dedicated to serving adults
with jobs and other commitments. The Dothan Campus is
located on 275 picturesque acres and offers more than
60 undergraduate and graduate degree options in day,
evening, and weekend formats.
The Montgomery Campus
has historically served students
in evening deliveries and is conveniently located in the heart
of downtown Montgomery, Ala. The Montgomery Campus
includes unique facilities such as the Rosa Parks Library and
Museum, the Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts and
the W.A. Gayle Planetarium. Many Montgomery students
are employed at the nearby Maxwell and Gunter Air Force
Bases or in the civilian workforce in the tri-county area.
The Phenix City Campus,
located in the heart of the
Chattahoochee Valley, is just minutes from downtown
Columbus, Ga., and conveniently close to Fort Benning. Its
unique location has brought an influx of adult students, both
civilian and military. This diversity makes the Campus a great
and eclectic place to learn. The Phenix City Campus offers
classes in the evenings and on weekends.
Troy University has earned its reputation as an
international university in our home state of
Alabama, throughout the United States, and
across the globe. At any given time, TROY
students are learning together in more than
13 time zones. From our international campuses
to our military students working on their degrees
while deployed, we believe that the best way to
prepare a student to be successful in this global
economy is to encourage the international sharing
of ideas, cultures, and learning. TROY is proud
to be Alabama’s International University, and we
believe that you will be better prepared to be
successful with this unique learning opportunity.
Troy University courses are offered in convenient
nine-week terms online and at all locations except
the Troy, Ala., Campus. This accelerated term
format allows working adults to manage their
commitments to studies, work, and family.
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