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TROY students can apply for emergency financial aid grants

Troy University in-class students affected by the disruptions caused by COVID-19 can apply for Emergency Financial Aid grants through the CARES Act.

Troy University in-class students affected by the disruptions caused by COVID-19 can apply for Emergency Financial Aid grants through the CARES Act.

Troy University students affected by the disruption of campus operations this spring can apply for emergency financial aid grants thanks to funding from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

To be eligible for a grant, a student must have been taking in-class courses at a Troy University location as of March…

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Future Trojans announce plans on National Decision Day

On National Decision Day, high school seniors made known their college plans!
 

May 1 is known as National Decision Day, a chance for high school seniors to make known their college choice on social media.

Many future Trojans took part and had fun showing off their new TROY gear or telling why they chose TROY!

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sorry @chloescrushy for not choosing pepperdine……

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Financial Aid website enhanced to improve service to TROY students

Students now have access to a more dynamic Financial Aid website on troy.edu.

Students now have access to a more dynamic Financial Aid website on troy.edu.

A new Financial Aid webpage will help streamline the process for Troy University students.

The new landing page for Financial Aid features a prominent FASFA button and a Student Aid Mobile app to facilitate the FAFSA process, according to Dr. Jim Bookout, Senior Vice Chancellor for Finance and Business Affairs.

A newly redesigned Financial Aid website has…

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‘Troy’s Got Talent’ set to go on the virtual stage; submissions ongoing

A TROY student makes his bid on

A TROY student makes his bid on "Troy's Got Talent" during Homecoming Week last fall. (TROY photo/Joey Meredith)

Troy University students have until April 12 to submit videos in their quests to become the next TROY’s Got Talent winner.

The popular event, normally conducted live and in person from a Troy Campus venue, is proceeding as planned – virtually, said University Activities Council public relations director Keneshia Mahan. The last competition was held…

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