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Troy Campus Open House

TROY's Worldwide Open House

Sorry we missed you! Even though TROY’s Open House has concluded, you can still take your first step toward a bright new future. We’re ready to help you get started! Contact our admissions team to learn more about how to start your TROY application process.  


Home Sweet Troy

Troy Video Tour

Take a video tour of our beautiful flagship campus in Troy, Alabama with Admissions Counselor Birdie Norris. In this video, you'll take a ride around campus to view our dorms, dining options and athletics facilities.

Troy Life

Get to know the beautiful city that our flagship campus is located in.

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Drone Tour

Get a new perspective on Troy University with this aerial tour of the Troy Campus. The University’s historic campus in Troy, Ala., provides a beautiful environment for more than 7,000 students to live and learn.

First Day of Classes

The beginning of any semester is an exciting time to be a Trojan. Take a look at our campus on the first day of Fall classes in 2018. 

Bragging Points

2021 Best Colleges Badge, NICHE
Named a Best Regional University South Region 2021-22 by U.S. News & World Report
Named a Best Regional Public University 2021-22 by U.S. News & World Report
The Princeton review, 2022 Best Regional Colleges, Southeastern Badge

Why Troy University?

Troy University is a public institution comprised of a network of campuses throughout Alabama and worldwide. International in scope, Troy University provides a variety of educational programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels, to include doctoral programs,  for a diverse student body in traditional, nontraditional and emerging electronic formats. Academic programs are supported by a variety of student services which promote the welfare of the individual student. Troy University's dedicated faculty and staff promote discovery and exploration of knowledge and its application to life-long success through effective teaching, service, creative partnerships, scholarship and research.

Paying for College

Troy University is committed to providing exceptional service to students and their families who apply for financial assistance and encourages all applicants to consider completing the process early. We offer a variety of services and programs designed to help students find ways to meet the costs of education.

There is an application process associated with receiving financial aid and scholarships, so all students should be familiar with priority deadlines and apply well in advance of the anticipated start term. To find out which opportunities are available for you, please select one of the options below.

Life on Campus

As one of the state of Alabama’s safest universities, TROY strives to provide students with top-notch safety, health care, clerical and civic amenities and services.

Student Services

Whether you are a first-time freshman or an adult returning to school, Troy University has a broad range of academic and professional support services and resources to help you achieve more than you ever thought possible.

Explore Our Campus

Navigate our campus with the help of our interactive map. If you'd like to see more, schedule a campus tour! Our Admissions staff would love to meet you and answer your questions about attending the Troy campus.



Sights & Sounds

Military Appreciation Day 2019

Along with Troy University Athletics, Troy University celebrated the military at the home football game against Arkansas State on September 28. Chancellor Jack Hawkins and his Marine Corps brothers, "The Third Herd," led the team in Trojan walk while active and retired members of the military were invited on the field at halftime for the heroes walk. An enlistment ceremony for the Army and the Air Force was also held pregame.

TROY Student Gameday Experience (2019)

Madison Lynn Rhodes is taking us through a student’s view of a Troy Trojans gameday! From tailgating to the freshman run and then a Trojan victory, check out Madison’s first gameday experience!

Trojan Art Day 2019

High school students from across Alabama came to the TROY campus for the annual Trojan Art Day. Check out some of the different things they worked on!

Sound of the South

The Sound of the South is Troy University's renowned Marching Band. Comprised of over 300 students from all academic majors on campus, there's a place for YOU in the Sound of the South. 

2019 Bid Day Highlights

The new members of Troy University sororities learned where they would call home at the annual Bid Day celebration!

Career Closet

The Office of Career Services and the Office of Civic Engagement opened a Career Closet on the Troy campus offering students clothes to borrow or keep to wear for job interviews or for internships.

A Look at POPulus

POPulus is Troy University's popular music ensemble comprised of students in the Music Industry Program. Artists of diverse and eclectic styles blend together with a concert production team in a unique musical environment honoring all genres of American popular music.

Tour of the Trojan Fitness Center

In January of 2020, the doors of the Trojan Fitness Center opened to the students of Troy University and was officially dedicated the next month. Now, the building is thriving with fitness classes, intramural sports and students looking to get healthier. Facilities supervisor Nicklaus Chrysson takes us on a tour of one of Troy's newest buildings.

Serving Our Students

TROY for Troops

Troy University has a long history of supporting service members through the TROY for Troops Center. University leadership shares how TROY helps service members, Veterans and their dependents get the financial, academic and emotional support they need to succeed in obtaining a degree.

TROY's First Ph.D.

Troy University awarded its first ever Ph.D. at the the 2017 Fall Commencement. Sara Shoffner received her degree in Sport Management.

Making the Most of an Opportunity

Micah Grimes, a TROY alumnus and current head of social media for NBC News, was the guest speaker for the annual journalism symposium. Grimes tells how getting involved on campus helped him succeed later on.

Fast Track Degrees

Troy University offers working adult students a flexible learning environment that prepares you for success. You’ll have the option to take courses online, on campus, or a combination of both. TROY Vice Chancellor Dr. Lance Tatum discusses the importance of understanding what degree programs match up with your career goals.


Past Webinars

Financial Aid Webinar

Learn the basics of financing your college education with Financial Aid from Angela Johnson, Troy University's Associate Vice Chancellor of Financial Aid. 

Career Services Webinar

Career Services assists students with choosing their major, exploring career interests, gaining work experience, and guidance in their professional job search. Career resources are available to all TROY students, whether on campus, online or a hybrid of both.

Troy Graduate Programs (General Info Session)

TROY admissions employees Jennifer Vining and Dequies Lanier discuss an overview of online graduate programs at TROY, reviewing topics such as admission requirements, deadlines, tuition, financial aid and more.

Master of Science in Criminal Justice

Dr. Jeffrey Rush of the criminal justice program and TROY admissions employee Sylvie Rhodes discuss graduate student success in TROY’s Master of Science in Criminal Justice program. Topics include an overview of the program, career options, online learning, admission requirements, tuition and more.

Master of Science in Management

Dr. Diane Bandow of the management program and TROY admissions employee Amanda Norman discuss graduate student success in TROY’s Master of Science in Management program. Topics include an overview of the program, career options, online learning, admission requirements, tuition and more.

Ph.D. in Global Leadership

Dr. Pamela Lemoine of the global leadership program and TROY admissions employee Haley McKinnon discuss TROY’s Ph.D. in Global Leadership, a world-class program producing globally savvy leaders. Topics include an overview of the program, including its purpose, format and dissertation defenses, admission and completion requirements, specialization options and more.

Master of Science in Counseling and Psychology: Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Drs. Sandra Pollock, Lesley Riley and Suzanne Tew-Washburn of the College of Education’s counseling and psychology program present an overview of the program with TROY admissions employees Paige Seanor and Nicole Barnhill. Topics include admission and completion requirements, career options and outlook, a brief history of TROY, deadlines, financial aid and more.

Master of Science in Elementary Education

Dr. Paige Paquette of the department of teacher education and TROY admissions staff Dequies Lanier discuss graduate student success in TROY’s Master of Science in Elementary Education program. Topics include an overview of the program, a brief history of TROY, admission requirements, online learning at TROY, tuition, deadlines and more.


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