Hurricane Michael Information

To the TROY Community
Hurricane Michael left considerable damage in the Florida Panhandle and parts of southeast Alabama and southwest Georgia. Troy University would like to thank its students, faculty and staff for their patience and understanding during the closure and cancellations at campuses and locations last week. As always, the safety of the University community is our highest priority.

University officials will continue to work with students in the affected areas.

Those impacted by the storm continue to be in our thoughts as they deal with the devastation left in the wake of the storm. TROY students are organizing a number of relief efforts. Learn more about those efforts on the TROY.Today blog at https://troy.today/news/heres-how-troy-university-can-help-with-hurricane-michael-relief-efforts/.

Albany Area Support Center
Sunday, October 14, 2018, 11:00 pm

The Albany Area Support Center will resume normal hours of operation on Monday at 9:00am.

Troy University Panama City location to remain closed
Friday, October 12, 2018, 4:15 pm

As a result of Hurricane Michael, Troy University’s Panama City location will remain closed until further notice.

The University has dedicated two academic advisers to provide special assistance to the Counseling, Rehabilitation and Interpreter Training Department students who were studying at this location. 

Students may contact Dr. Keith Cates at 1-334-670-3372 or catesk@troy.edu, or Dr. Greg Dawson at 1-407-830-2538 or gdawson@troy.edu. Students may also call the University at 1-800-414-5756.

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