Troy University’s Trojan Outreach is raising suicide awareness with Project Semicolon, which will last the whole of September.
Trojan Outreach is a peer-led education organization within Troy University’s Student Services division where student leaders are committed to promoting and influencing a culture that is focused on health, wellness and safety by empowering and engaging…
At just 26 years old, Kameisha Logan is following her passion and opening a law firm in her hometown of Selma.
Logan, who received a master’s degree in criminal justice from Troy University in 2016, felt a calling to give back to her hometown community rather than pursue a law practice in a bigger city.
Dr. Jacqueline Jones, an assistant professor at Troy University’s Biological and Environmental Science Department, has been involved in the success of many minority STEM scholars and research collaborations with other universities across the country through her mentorship programs.
For years, Dr. Jones has been working closely with students to prepare them for major opportunities,…
Troy University is giving students an opportunity to experience life in the working world through a new program.
TROY’s Co-Op Program features real-world employers offering full-time paid positions to current students, who alternate semesters between the co-op and their normal class schedules.
Offered through TROY Career Services, the program is the first of its kind…