Support Resources and Services
Troy University has been ranked one of the safest universities in Alabama. That’s
because campus safety is one of our primary focuses. Learn more about the ordinances
and plans Troy University Police have in place to ensure the safety of our campuses.
The Student Counseling Center provides students with personal counseling, free presentations
throughout the year and other outreach services at no cost to students currently enrolled
in at least one credit hour on-site at the Troy Campus.
Student and faculty/staff safety is one of TROY’s top priorities. In an effort to
provide accurate, timely information to our University community, we provide our Trojans
with an up-to-date S.O.S. system.
Employment on Campus
Across our Troy Campus, students can find work-ship and work-study positions and graduate
assistantship opportunities available. Learn more about the opportunities available
At each of TROY’s Alabama campuses, various meeting rooms and ballrooms are available
for use by University and local organizations. Room capacities range from 12 to 55
persons and ballrooms on the Troy Campus offer groups and organizations up to 6,000
square-feet of space.
Located on the first floor of Hamil Hall on the Troy Campus, the Student Health Center
provides healthcare to currently enrolled students who are unable to go home or to
their local hospitals due to illness. Along with doctor visits, students also have
access to free flu shots, TB skin testing, physicals, and blood work.
Published annually, the Oracle is a handbook for TROY students that compiles and outlines
University rules, regulations, policies and procedures pertaining to all students
and student organizations.
Located on the first floor of the Trojan Center, the University post office has over
2,200 rental boxes. Window hours are Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Ricoh Printing Office
Ricoh provides printing resources to TROY students and personnel on the Troy Campus,
as well as members of surrounding communities in need of printed projects.
Students on the Troy Campus have access to five (5) shuttle routes that run daily
(Monday - Friday) from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. with the exception of University holidays.
A night shuttle services the entire campus Monday – Thursday from 4 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
and can be reached for on-call service.
Trojan Outreach is a peer education program providing presentations, workshops, outreach
campaigns and peer intervention for Troy University students.
TROY’s Barnes & Noble bookstore is a popular shopping and studying spot on the Troy
Campus. The bokstore offers students and shoppers the ability to purchase items such
as textbooks, TROY merchandise and caffeinated and edible treats from Starbucks.
TROY seeks to empower its students to make a difference in today’s world. That’s why
the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership on the Troy Campus is the voter registration
site for the University.