Make the Most of Your TROY Story
Arts & Culture
TROY provides its students and surrounding communities with artistic and cultural
learning opportunities through its International Arts Center, Confucius Institute,
Davis Theatre, Rosa Parks Museum and W.A. Gayle Planetarium.
Every year, students have opportunities to gain practical field experience working
at Troy University’s award-winning media groups—TROY TrojanVision, Palladium yearbook,
Tropolitan newspaper and Troy University Public Radio.
Students on the Troy Campus have access to exciting recreational facilities and opportunities
in the form of the University’s natatorium, recreational center and dynamic intramural
sports teams and events.
Students on the Troy Campus enjoy a wide variety of dining options. Celebrating flavors from around the globe, TROY Dining Services provides delicious
and nutritious options that satisfy anyone’s appetite.
Groups & Organizations
Today’s world is fueled by networking. And with more than 100 student groups and organizations
pertaining to Greek life, academics, leadership, performing arts, religion and student
government, TROY can help prepare you for success.
At the Troy Campus, students are provided with historic and technologically advanced
residence halls, convenient off-campus housing.
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.
As a hub of student and community activities, the Trojan Center on the Troy Campus
is home to exciting dining options, classrooms, theatre space and ballrooms available
to the public.