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 along the banks of the Chattahoochee River. Community and governmental leaders have crafted a vision for redeveloping Phenix City’s riverfront into an attractive, stable and economically viable part of the region. Troy University and its Phenix City Campus are helping to make this vision a reality by building a new academic building on the riverfront. Phase II of the new Phenix City Campus construction will consist of developing another 44,000 square feet onto the current structure. All of the faculty, staff and programs at the current campus located off U.S. Highway 431 highway will be relocated to the new campus on Whitewater Avenue. Troy Phenix City will go from a 30-acre, five-building operation to a 3-acre, one-building operation.
With the development of this new building, a commitment to community was born.
The Phenix City campus continues to explore and contribute to regional community greatness. We welcome you to engage to make this regional community the best it can be!