Welcome to the Trojan Center
The Trojan Center is designed to serve the needs of the students of Troy University. Since its completion in 1975, the Trojan Center has been the focal point of student activity on campus.
A variety of essential and auxiliary services are provided at the Trojan Center. The facility houses the University post office, the Food Court, ballrooms, conference rooms, offices for many University departments and programs, a fitness center, a faculty lounge and a theater. It is the place where students come to study, relax and dine with friends.
The facility houses the University post office, the Food Court, RICOH Printing Services, ballrooms, conference rooms, offices for many University departments and programs, a fitness center, a game room and a theater. It's THE place where students come to study, relax and dine with friends.
Trojan Food Court
Located on the first floor, this a la carte facility features Einstein Bros. Bagels, Boar's Head, Mein Bowl, Steak and Shake, Chick-fil-a, Marble Slab Creamery, Great American Cookie and Marketplace. It is open Monday through Saturday.
Various meeting rooms are available for use by campus organizations. Seating capacity ranges from 12 to 55 persons.
The Trojan Center Ballrooms, with 6,000 square feet of dining, dancing, concert or meeting area, are the most versatile rooms in the Center. Two sections compose the ballrooms.
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. Contact us at 334-670-3225.
Located at the entrance of the Adams Center Performing Arts Theatre. Tickets for many campus events, including concerts, drama productions and other events, may be purchased. Window hours are Monday - Friday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Adams Center Performing Arts Theatre
This 300 seat Performing Arts Center is located on the second floor of the Trojan Center. It is used by the Drama department for performances, as well as by other campus wide groups.
The following is a list of the University offices located in the Trojan Center. For more information about a particular office, click on its link.
Sodexo Food Services
Located on the first floor of the Trojan Center, Sodexo Food Services takes care of all of the dining needs on TROY's campus. These services include Trojan Dining Hall, the Food Court and various C-Stores on the Troy Campus. They also offer catering services. For more information call Sodexo Food Services at extension 3454.
University Activities Council (UAC)
The University Activities Council is the place where ideas and programs for the entertainment of the University community are developed. The office is located in Suite 215. For more information contact the UAC advisor Derrick Brewster at extension 3207.
Student Government Association (SGA)
The SGA provides students an opportunity to practice good citizenship and promote cooperation. The office is located in Suite 215. For more information, contact faculty advisor Barbara Patterson at extension 3204.
Student Involvement Office
Troy University has more than 100 student organizations. The Student Involvement office is located in Suite 215. For more information contact director Barbara Patterson at extension 3204.
The office of Student Services is located on the 2nd Floor of the Trojan Center in Suite 231. This office oversees all aspects of Student Services which includes housing, intramural sports, student involvement, event management, transportation, campus police, personal counseling and the student health center. Please contact the office at ext. 3203 for more information.
This office is located in Suite 231 of the Trojan Center. Event management is responsible for the day to day operation of the Trojan Center and coordinates the operation of all non academic and non athletic facilities on campus. This office can be reached at ext. 3208.
TROY for Troops Center
The TROY for Troops Center exists to help veterans transition into college life at Troy University. Our goal is to take care of our active duty, Guard, Reserve, Veteran and military dependent students and to go above and beyond being military friendly to being military successful.
The TROY for Troops Center, located in the Trojan Center, is a place where military affiliated students can continue to experience the camaraderie that is such a strong force among our military. The center has a day room, a television, computers with printer, study space, coffee, chairs and couch to relax plus veteran resources and much more. A VetSuccess on Campus counselor is available to assist veterans with their transition to the university and career plans. The center is home to two student veteran organizations: SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society, for student veterans who achieve high academic success and the Student Veterans Association (SVA), for any student, faculty, staff or member of the community who wants to support our military students..
With the creation of the TROY for Troops Center, Troy University commits to recognizing
the dedication, honor and service by our military and veterans.
Visit us in the Trojan Center, Room 122. Phone: (334) 670-3856.
Automated Teller Machine (ATM)
Troy Bank and Trust has an ATM located on the first floor of the Trojan Center. For further information contact Troy Bank and Trust at (334) 566-4000.
The Trojan Center is considered the "living room" for students of Troy University. It is the focal point for activities, events and educational purposes outside the classroom. The Trojan Center is Troy University's link to jobs, athletics, fitness, recreation and much more. The facility includes:
- Over 81,980 square feet of floor space.
- Four meeting spaces and two ballrooms sections.
- The Food Court.
- A 3,505 square foot student lounge.
- Meeting space and offices for the Student Government Association, University Activities Council, Intramural Sports, Placement office, Auxiliary Services, Sodexho, Student Services, Student Development and Counseling and Student Involvement.
- The University post office
- Information center/University Box Office.
- The Lost and Found office.
- A 300-seat theater for drama productions, speakers and special events.
All persons using the Trojan Center are expected to abide by the regulations of the university and respect the rights of others who use the facilities, participate in the programs and benefit from its services.
During regular operation hours, the Trojan Center will be open to all visitors. Special facilities that are open to the public and located in the Trojan Center are the University post office, the Food Court and the Theater Box Office.