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The University will increase student access to higher education by providing programs that offer on-campus and online capabilities as well as programs that are offered in blended format, with a goal of increasing enrollment on the traditional Troy campus to 8,000 students by 2022 with the new student growth of 2% in its fall-to-fall comparison of new enrollments. Our intent is to regain momentum in our 14 county service areas plus growth areas of greater Birmingham, Mobile, Baldwin County plus Florida Panhandle.

  • Number of newly enrolled full-time students in the academic year as compared to baseline year.
  • Number of newly enrolled part-time students in the academic year as compared to the baseline year.
  • Number of newly enrolled transfer students in the academic year as compared to the baseline year.
  • Number of newly enrolled international students in the academic year as compared to the baseline year.
  • Troy, Alabama campus to reach 8,000 students by 2022 with new student growth of 2% in its fall-to-fall comparison of new enrollments.
  • Track the number of students enrolled from TROY’s 14 county service areas yearly.
  • Assess Home School Partnerships and Dual enrollment.
  • Military enrollment / off-site location recruitment and retention.
 

Statistics

 
Total Campus Enrollment, Troy, AL Campus - 2018-19, 7,691; 2020-21, 7,017; 2022-23 (Target) 8,000
Newly Enrolled, Full-time students - 2018-19, 2,812; 2020-21, 2,410; 2022-23(Target), 2,673

 

Newly Enrolled, Part-time students - 2018-19, 2,364; 2020-21, 2,413; 2022-23(Target), 2,577
Newly Enrolled, Transfer Students - 2018-19, 2,364; 2020-21, 2,114; 2022-23(Target), 2,514

 

Newly Enrolled, International Students - 2018-19, 459; 2020-21, 352; 2022-23(Target), 536
Students Enrolled from 14-County Service Area - 2018-19, 649; 2020-21, 693; 2022-23(Target), 724

 

Dual-Enrollment, Head Count - 2018-19, 212; 2020-21, 370; 2022-23(Target), 320
Total Military Students, Off-Site Locations - 2018-19, 5,108; 2020-21, 5,247; 2022-23(Target), 5,346

 

Military Retention Rate, Off-Site Locations - 2018-19, 60%; 2020-21, 54%; 2022-23(Target), 62%
Graduation Rate, Military Students - 2018-19, 867; 2020-21, 944; 2022-23(Target), 738