Troy University opens new location in Alpharetta

Troy University staff joined the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce and local leaders for a ribbon cutting at the University’s new location.

Troy University staff joined the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce and local leaders for a ribbon cutting at the University’s new location.

Troy University has moved its metro Atlanta support center to a new home in fast-growing North Fulton County.

Now located at 2855 Old Milton Parkway, Suite 100, in Alpharetta, the move puts TROY’s support services closer to Atlanta’s economic powerhouse, with a workforce of more than 273,000 people.

“The staff at the Atlanta Support Center…

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Troy University Environmental Club to present Earth Week activities

The TROY Environmental Club will present Earth Week activities throughout the week on the university's main quad.

The TROY Environmental Club will present Earth Week activities throughout the week on the university's main quad.

Troy University will host a week of educational events and activities aimed at increasing knowledge and understanding about the environment.

Earth Week, presented by the TROY Environmental Club, kicks off Monday, April 16 on the main quad at the Troy Campus and lasts through Friday, April 20.

Among the events scheduled are:

Monday, April 16:…

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China, U.S. relationship most pressing question of the 21st century, Hayden says

Retired Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden addresses members of the Alabama World Affairs Council at TROY's Montgomery Campus on April 11.

Retired Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden addresses members of the Alabama World Affairs Council at TROY's Montgomery Campus on April 11.

While there may be global issues with “shorter fuses,” the only person to serve as both head of the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency believes the most pressing question of the 21st century surrounds the relationship between the United States and China.

Speaking to members of the Alabama World Affairs Council at…

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Dr. Robert Morris, Cameron Stovall to deliver Helen Keller Lecture at Troy University

Dr. Robert Morris examines the eyes of Cameron Stovall, who lost his sight in a hunting accident. The two will speak at TROY's Helen Keller Lecture.

Dr. Robert Morris examines the eyes of Cameron Stovall, who lost his sight in a hunting accident. The two will speak at TROY's Helen Keller Lecture.

Renowned eye surgeon Dr. Robert Morris and cornea transplant recipient Cameron Stovall will deliver Troy University’s annual Helen Keller Lecture at 10 a.m. on April 25.

The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held in the Trojan Center Theatre on the Troy Campus.

Stovall, who was left blind in both…

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