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There is still time to register for Fall/Term 1 at TROY

Students can still register for fall semester and term 1 classes through August 16.

Students can still register for fall semester and term 1 classes through August 16.

It’s not too late — if you have not yet enrolled in classes for the Fall Semester or Term 1, there is still time to sign up.

Term 1 (which includes the Montgomery, Dothan and Phenix City campuses) starts Aug. 9, and the Fall Semester at the Troy Campus starts Aug. 11. However, registration for…

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Jackson receives Mary J. Griffin Outstanding TRIO Student Award at Troy University

Deonte Jackson received the Mary J. Griffin Most Outstanding TRIO Student Award surrounded by members of TROY's TRIO staff.

Deonte Jackson received the Mary J. Griffin Most Outstanding TRIO Student Award surrounded by members of TROY's TRIO staff.

When Deonte Jackson arrived at Troy University following his time in community college, he quickly found a familiar setting that made him feel right at home as a part of the TRIO programs.

“It really felt like family here,” said the senior from Jackson, Alabama, who is set to graduate in December. “I had the…

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TROY student uses newsletter to improve Air Force morale

Miguel Neavez is currently studying for the University's Master of Science in Strategic Communication.

Miguel Neavez is currently studying for the University's Master of Science in Strategic Communication.

Troy University student Miguel Neavez is using his degree to positively impact the United States Air Force.

Neavez is a Nuclear and Missile Operations officer studying for his master’s degree in Strategic Communication at TROY.

He previously obtained a bachelor’s degree in communications and aerospace studies from San Diego State University.

Neavez was a part…

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TROY Music students, faculty bring spirit to youth orchestra performance

From left to right are: Dr. Sulliman, Emma Fell, Hayley Groff, Ivy Brewer, Alexandria Thomas and Theo Hornsby.

From left to right are: Dr. Sulliman, Emma Fell, Hayley Groff, Ivy Brewer, Alexandria Thomas and Theo Hornsby.

Five students from Troy University’s John M. Long School of Music recently accompanied Dr. Jason Sulliman, Assistant Professor of Trombone, to Fairhope, Alabama to support the Baldwin County Youth Orchestra through their spring concert.

This year marked the 11th season for the Baldwin County Youth Orchestra program, and director Leroy Hughes had been dealing with…

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