We invite our students to get involved and engaged in campus life. Below are a number of ways for our students to connect and get involved on- and off-campus.
Welcome Back Week
During the first week of every Term, the Phenix City Campus hosts Welcome Back Week activities to welcome students back to class. Student resource tables, snacks, and give-a-ways will be available in the lobby, and TROY faculty and staff will be present to provide assistance and answer any questions.
Student Appreciation Week
Every year, Troy University faculty and staff show their appreciation for our students during the first week of April at the Phenix City Campus. This event underscores Troy University's core mission to teach and lead our students as we prepare them for the world of work and the world around them. During this week, students will be able to enjoy free food, prizes, and activities.
Troy University hosts commencement ceremonies in the spring and fall each year. University staff conduct interviews before commencement to highlight the stories and achievements of some of our graduating students. These interviews may be featured on our Facebook, Instagram, and website. If you would like to be considered for a student interview at your upcoming graduation ceremony, please contact Linda Finley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Organizations and Clubs
|Phi Alpha, Chi Omega Chapter
Contact: Dr. Katie Womack
|Psi Lambda Psychology Club
Contact: Dr. Judy Van Doorn
|National Association of Black Social Workers
Contact: Dr. Renita Davis
|Sigma Alpha Sigma
Contact: Dr. Kaseanna Duffey
In the Community
Troy University is dedicated to providing an environment that encourages its students, faculty, staff, and alumni to think broadly and work collaboratively. Lifelong learning occurs not only in the classroom, but through experimental opportunities and community participation. Community engagement is at the heart of what we do.
Community and governmental leaders crafted a vision for redeveloping Phenix City’s riverfront into an attractive, stable, and economically viable part of the region. Troy University officials and representatives from Phenix City celebrated the "realization of a grand vision" in July 2015, officially dedicating the University’s new campus location along the banks of the Chattahoochee River. Phase II of construction will involve developing another 44,000 square feet onto the current structure. Faculty, staff, and academic programs at the long-standing original campus location along U.S. Highway 431 will be relocated to the new riverfront location on Whitewater Avenue, transforming the Phenix City Campus from a 30-acre, five-building operation into a 3-acre, one-building operation.
One of our goals at Troy University is to give back to the communities of the Chattahoochee Valley. We want our students to have meaningful experiences and to meet people from around the world. Our students embrace and embody the Trojan Warrior Spirit - the ability and persistence to succeed and take that extra step towards greater success.
Meetings and Events at TROY
During the day, our riverfront campus serves as a venue for meetings, workshops, conferences, and other events. If you are interested in hosting your next offsite meeting at TROY, please contact Linda Finley at (334) 448-5118, or submit a facilities request form.BOOK OUR FACILITIES