Nestled in the heart of Alabama’s capital city and surrounded by some of the city’s
most popular attractions, the Montgomery Campus includes facilities like the Rosa
Parks Library, Rosa Parks Museum, Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts and the W.A.
Gayle Planetarium. Our outstanding Montgomery faculty and staff are dedicated primarily
to serving the "non-traditional student," who often is a working adult. We do this
by providing the widest variety of learning options that can be completed by attending
evening classes. Online and blended classes are also available, allowing students
to select what's best for them.
Troy Montgomery is preparing students to take advantage of the area's incredible growth
and opportunity. By providing students the personal attention and education they need
to succeed, we accelerate the growth of Montgomery, opening new doors to success for
TROY has been on the Princeton Review’s “Best in the Southeast” list for 14 consecutive
years. Troy Montgomery prides itself on offering students affordable and convenient
academic options through on-campus and online classes. Split into five nine–week terms,
we provide more academic opportunities for our students by allowing them to complete
two more classes a year than the typical three–semester academic year. With our caring,
understanding and knowledgeable faculty, we’re here to put you and your dreams first
even when you can’t.
Whether you’re pursuing an undergraduate degree or continuing your education in one
of our nationally recognized graduate or professional studies programs, Troy Montgomery
provides students the opportunity to achieve more than they ever thought possible.
That’s the Trojan Warrior Spirit.
The Trojan Warrior Spirit Lives Here
Center for Student Success
The Montgomery Campus Center for Student Success (CSS) has merged several existing
student support offices with a mission to provide a central environment of support
to help our students to navigate their journey toward academic achievement.
This grand theatre opened on January 25, 1930, as The Paramount Theatre. It was a
Movie Palace, designed for the talkies and Vaudeville shows. Countless numbers of
patrons not only enjoyed movies and shows in the palace, but many couples enjoyed
their first date or marriage proposal here.
Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum is an active memorial to the life of civil rights
icon Rosa Parks and the lessons of the Montgomery Bus Boycott that brought racial
integration to transportation and international attention to civil rights.
The W.A. Gayle Planetarium is the region’s premier facility for astronomy and science
education, as well as a multimedia theater for films, lectures, live music and digital
art performances. The planetarium is operated by Troy University for the City of Montgomery.