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Spring Trojan Day March 25
Are you a junior or senior interested in visiting TROY? Trojan Day is a great time to learn more about admissions, scholarships and housing. During the event, you will have the opportunity to tour campus facilities, meet with academic faculty and see for yourself why Troy University is Alabama’s Most Beautiful Campus.
Worldwide Open House April 13
The Troy Campus is hosting a Worldwide Open House April 13. Join us for this event and take the first step toward your bright future. Admissions staff from all TROY locations will be available on campus and online to answer your questions.
Register Now for Impact New Student Orientation
Are you a freshman or transfer student planning to attend the Troy Campus in Fall 2023? Registration is now open for TROY’s IMPACT New Student Orientation. We can’t wait to see you!
At TROY, you’ll find small classes, experienced professors, and classmates from around the globe. No matter who you are or what you want to do, you can make it happen at TROY.
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Wherever you are in life, TROY has the degree option for you. Start your journey now and become part of the TROY Family.
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You Can Do It
Your home away from home has so much to offer. At Alabama’s International University you will find a diverse student body representing more than 60 nations, an extensive study abroad program, 16 Division I athletic teams and more than 150 student organizations. Along with numerous housing and on-campus dining options and cultural arts opportunities, you will quickly see that TROY offers the complete college experience.
Leading by Example
Madison Kennedy, a TROY graduate student in environmental and biological science, has not only made a name for herself through her research at TROY, but also one for her late brother, Zachary. During her thesis research, Kennedy found more specimens of a new type of mud dragon making it possible to name the species zacharyi in memory of her brother, who passed away from Ewing sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer when Kennedy started her first semester of graduate school.
“I want to continue talking about him so what better way to keep his memory alive than naming something that will go far beyond our lives.”
TROY empowers students to dive deeper into research with state-of-the-art equipment and laboratories. Kennedy is changing the world. How can we help you make a difference?
Impact New Student Orientation
Are you an undergraduate or transfer student planning to attend the Troy Campus in Fall 2023? Registration is now open for TROY’s IMPACT New Student Orientation. This orientation is a great time to meet other students planning to attend Troy University, register for classes, learn how to get involved and start the transition to college life. It’s going to be an exciting time!Register Now