TROY offering Civic Heroes free virtual summer camp for kids

June 3, 2020
By Greg Phillips

Troy University’s Office of Civic Engagement is offering a free superhero-themed virtual summer camp for upper elementary school students starting Monday, June 22.

The camp, titled Civic Heroes, is aimed at students entering fourth through sixth grade and features virtual games, activities and civic lessons for children.

Campers will meet online twice weekly June 22…

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Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum reopens to visitors

June 1, 2020
By Andy Ellis

Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum, located on the University’s Montgomery Campus, is reopening to visitors today, June 1.

The museum closed its doors on March 18 in response to statewide health orders that closed entertainment venues and tourist attractions in an effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Until further notice, the Museum…

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TROY freezes tuition for second straight year

May 29, 2020
By Clif Lusk

Troy University trustees on Thursday voted to freeze undergraduate and graduate tuition for the second straight year.

“On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I am pleased to announce for the second straight year Troy University will not increase undergraduate or graduate tuition rates. Many of our students and their families face economic uncertainty, therefore…

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